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Wincanton secures contract win with Viridor

Wincanton Records Management (WRM) has been awarded a contract with UK recycling and renewable energy company Viridor to update its information management system. This is the first time that Viridor has outsourced archiving and management of its documents, including thousands of the ...

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Cordant Services firmly on track with Eurotunnel

Cordant Services has been awarded a three-year contract by Eurotunnel to scan passenger passports and send the information to the Home Office for analysis. Since 8 April 2015, exit checks have been phased in by UK Immigration at all airports and ...

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DeepStore enrols in three-year university deal

Storage and records management specialist, DeepStore has won a three-year contract with SOAS University of London (School of Oriental and African Studies) to manage over 2,000 boxes of valuable records. SOAS has initially stored more than 1,000 boxes with DeepStore at its ‘live ...

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Wincanton Records Management draws up a deal with global architects

International architecture and engineering firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill has entered a four-year partnership with data security specialists Wincanton Records Management. The contract will see Wincanton Records Management manage the back-up and archiving of data for Skidmore, Owings & Merrill ...

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Delivering better value for money for PPP contracts

As the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model is increasingly adopted to deliver new infrastructure, PPP projects have become a matter of considerable public interest and the pressure for more effective scrutiny of performance is becoming more vociferous. Yet the continued ...

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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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The future of everything

Barely a week goes by without a report claiming that millions of jobs will become obsolete in the coming years, taken over by machines. Every time you speak to anyone even vaguely interested in technology you know it won’t be ...

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Inefficient systems cost UK businesses over £28,000 a year

Nearly half of UK employees (48 per cent) waste three hours or more a day working with inefficient systems, which over a year costs the average UK business at least £28,000 claims a new study. The survey by Access Group ...

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Data Power

Since the financial crisis, capital for new projects has become much harder to obtain. Investing speculatively in projected future demand for IT capacity has become impossible in many circumstances. Businesses are instead starting to use a modular, scalable approach to ...

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