6 Simple Steps To Creating A Paperless Office
How can you make the switch to a paperless office? Here are 6 simple steps to help your company make the dream a reality. Read our latest blog.
GDPR Compliance: One Year On, How Has Your Business Been Affected?
Only a year ago, the long-awaited arrival of the European Union’s stringent GDPR final ended, and the business world would never be the same again. But now than the dust has settled, has the expected dramatic shake-up to data protection actually ha...
GDPR: Non-Compliant Businesses Facing First Fines
It is now 6 months since the EU’s new data protection measures, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), finally came into effect. But although May 25th had long been known as the deadline, there are still companies out there who are not yet ...
Data Protection in Hospitals: How To Rectify GDPR Failings In The Hospital Sector
Not every sector has yet complied with GDPR. One of the biggest is the Hospitals Sector, with the Data Protection Commission highlighting 14 matters of concern it has found in hospitals. But while the situation is serious, some key steps are all that...
Why Maximizing Staff Awareness Is The Key To A Smooth GDPR Transition
With D-Day fast approaching, full GDPR readiness should almost be complete. But does your staff really understand their role in the transition? Staff awareness is not only a key part of compliance, it can strengthen your organisation’s long-term po...
Data Protection Impact Assessments: What Are They and Why The GDPR Insists On Them
With the GDPR around the corner, companies throughout Europe have had to re-examine both their business structures and practices. With the new regulations relating to data protection, Data Protection Impact Assessments are set to become compulsory. B...
How CCTV Footage Has Become A Data Protection Matter
CCTV used to be considered a solution to security issues. But in recent years, data protection legislation in both the UK and Ireland has reflected concerns over privacy and personal rights. Storing recorded security footage is now considered the s...
Why Storing Dark Data and Mining Its Secrets Benefits Businesses
With a name that, alone, suggests it’s something no enterprise should want to keep, Dark Data is often a misunderstood presence in company servers. In fact, despite its ominous name, it is actually a highly-valuable asset, and storing Dark Data and...
The GDPR and Cloud Hosting
For a while now, talk amongst the information technology community has been rife with conversation about the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GPDR). The legislation is to be finalised this year and will be effective from May 2018. The ...
The Role of the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) in Relation to the GDPR
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is the independent regulatory office in charge of upholding information rights in the interest of the public. The organisation covers the following: Data Protection Act Freedom of Information Act Privacy ...