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The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) what does it mean to you and your organisation?

Steve Talbot, Managing Director of IT Efficient, warns FMs to prepare for the upcoming changes in new Euro-wide regulations Did you know the current 1998 Data Protection Act (DPA) is due to be replaced next May? You should. The DPA ...

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Keeping score

Benchmarking has the potential to help organisations improve their business performance – but only if the right data is collected in the right way  Often hailed as a silver bullet to improve an organisation’s processes and profitability, benchmarking is yet ...

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Box-it: 30 years of excellence in document management

Award-winning document management business, Box-it has just celebrated its 30th anniversary. The nationwide business providing a range of physical, digital and integrated document management solutions, was founded by its current chairman, Simon McCowen in 1986, who recognised the growth potential ...

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tillr

Facilities Show – Facilities U1380 tillr tillr have developed a time-saving facilities management solution that enables our customers to quickly and easily switch to a centralised, online audit and inspection strategy. We take the strain off operational teams to aggregate ...

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ARC-UK

Facilities Show – Facilities R1510 Make life easier and more efficient with FIM. ARC’s Facilities Information Management (FIM) solution centralises your facilities information with instant retrieval of all your assets, records, and documents—in digital form—including: • Buildings, plants, and exterior ...

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The document’s journey

Digital working in FM is a potential game-changer but requires vision and leadership to implement. A highly competitive business climate means facilities managers are facing ever-tighter contractual obligations, at a time of increased regulation. However, by harnessing the flow of ...

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Solving your data issues

A large swath of the public sector has embarked on a major investment programme to make the UK digital by default from 2020. The aim of the plan is to allow greater public access, cut the cost of government, improve ...

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Active or archived

Sue Trombley, managing director of thought leadership for Iron Mountain whips out her crystal ball and investigates exactly what the future holds for records and information management professionals Records and information managers (RIMs) belong at the heart of an organisation’s information ...

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Paper Plain Wrong

With an unprecedented amount of sensitive information printed and shared around the office on a daily basis, much of it left in easy to access places, taken on public transport and rarely disposed of appropriately, it has become clear that ...

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Safe and secure

In order to get inside Datum’s data facility in Hampshire you have to navigate a myriad of security checks and take a trip through a device that bears an uncanny resemblance to a transporter out of Star Trek (feel free ...

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