Information Responsibility

Information and the public sector: the squeeze on talent

A financial constraints change the face of public services, it’s become more difficult to retain and develop people with the skills and drive to deliver information transformation. In a recent survey by Iron Mountain nine out of ten respondents indicated that cost cutting had resulted in the loss of valuable […]


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Take it to the top: three reasons your business should digitise.

Getting business processes right can increase efficiency and productivity. Paper can be part of the problem; it’s easy to mislay, bulky to store and difficult to share. Intelligent scanning can help you process and manage information rapidly and accurately. To present a successful business case for digitising that will make […]


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How to make a strong start with retention management

Introducing Colin Rooney, Partner at Arthur Cox Managing all your information to keep in step with legally prescribed retention schedules can seem so big and complex that it looks impenetrable. But the key to retention management is finding out what you have, why you have it and when you need to […]


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Manufacturing and information managment – where’s the trust?

Across Europe manufacturing is experiencing a period of globalisation, innovation and consolidation. But in spite of the need for rapid access to information, manufacturers are the least likely to trust employees with information, according to research from Iron Mountain and PwC. • Nearly one half believe that their employees represent […]


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Turn your knowledge of information managment into arguments that will convince stakeholders and put information at the centre of your organisation,


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