David Fazakerley, chief information officer of high-growth regional high street firm McMillan Williams, explains why Converge Technology Specialists was by far the best bet when it came to better preparing the firm for the worst.
In recent weeks you may have received many emails from third parties telling you that they are looking into GDPR and are taking their obligations seriously; what does this mean, what is everyone doing?
Barristers across the UK are transforming the way they work to adapt to the continued digitisation of the legal system and adhere to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). That’s according to Doug Hargrove at British software and services company Advanced, who also says that mobile and cloud technology innovations are driving these changes.
With ever-increasing numbers of office employees working remotely – the amount doubling over the past decade – technology has needed to keep pace, in order to maintain productivity. The two biggest areas of innovation that have impacted employees’ ability to work remotely are the increasing move of enterprise software to the cloud, and the continued growth of mobile devices’ capabilities.
Workshare Secure gives firms Risk Analytics to identify unusual user behaviour, so action can be taken to prevent data loss. By monitoring all emails flowing through your firm, it’s possible to discover where any sharing risks lie and arm yourself with the information you need to ensure confidential or sensitive data isn’t sent to the wrong people.
There are specific industry and expert definitions for business continuity and disaster recovery. But, confusingly, they are often used interchangeably. In a broader business context, this is unhelpful.
Looking at the year gone by, it is important to look ahead at the impact Artificial Intelligence will have on so many industries. There have been some very interesting articles about how AI is now starting to affect how we live our lives both at home and in the workplace.