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Overcoming business challenges

Is your organisation facing rising property and facilities management costs or falling productivity? How about a need for improved building security, greater infrastructure asset resilience, or a demand for meaningful workplace wellbeing offerings that will drive talent attraction and retention? ...

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Clean data

Data centre management and the cleanliness of the environment are the two main risks that leave data centres exposed, explains Stuart Wells, Business Development Director at ABM Critical Solutions Retail businesses are faced with many risks when it comes to ...

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Top tips for implementing GDPR from the ICO’s data protection officer

With four days until GDPR comes it to force, the Information and Records Management Society (IRMS) hosted a keynote address from Louise Byers, Head of Risk and Governance at the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) at the IRMS Annual Conference 2018. ...

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International Workplace accredited with Information Security Standard

Learning and development provider, International Workplace has gained accreditation to the ISO 27001 Information Security Standard, the global benchmark for managing information safely and securely. The Standard helps organisations to manage the security of assets such as financial information, intellectual ...

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Survey reveals millions of Brits could ask for their personal data to be edited or deleted after GDPR

British businesses could be overloaded by up to 37 million requests for personal data to edited or deleted when a new regulation comes into force in May, according to results from a survey by Crown Records Management. The EU General ...

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All sound in the cloud

These days, it can almost feel as though the cloud is being foisted upon us. New computers come with cloud services preinstalled, waving trials and additional features before we have even had time to set up a browser. But how ...

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What CCTV users need to know about GDPR

According to the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) there are estimated to be up to six million CCTV surveillance cameras in the United Kingdom. Many businesses use CCTV systems for their security benefits, however the images of people captured is ...

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A new white paper analyses how organisations can better protect themselves against cyber-attacks

Urgent Technology, a global facilities maintenance and asset management software provider, has published ‘Cyber-threat and the FM solution’, a white paper exploring the threats posed by cyber-security breaches. Cases of cyber-attacks and corporate espionage are on the rise, with notable high-profile ...

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Survey reveals progress is being made in bid for the paper-free office 

With World Paper Free Day taking place on 9 November a new survey has uncovered that Britain is already two-thirds of the way there. The tide has turned against the paper-reliant office, with a growing realisation that digitisation is more ...

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Line of attack

The use of connected data in building operation and management is fuelling the rise of cybercrime, warns information security specialist Andy Compton, MD of information security consultancy Blackfoot UK Interconnected systems and digital information have revolutionised the way we shop, ...

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