by Phil Greenwood | March 17, 2016
Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Records Management framework was primarily developed to deliver procurement savings to the UK public sector. It also supports the protection of front-line services and reduces costs to taxpayers. Framework customers receive a competitive solution for off- and on-site records management including: document storage and cataloguing scanning, […]
by Phil Greenwood | November 11, 2015
Success in records and information management takes planning, organisation and a strategy for taking control of your migration from physical to digital media. Done well, it will help your organisation limit information risk, manage costs and lay the foundation for big data analytics. Here are the six steps towards successful […]
by Phil Greenwood | November 19, 2014
Information responsibility belongs to everyone in your organisation: from the CEO and the CIO to sales people, customer service reprentatives, HR professionals and even work-placement students joining temporarily to gain experience. Systems and processes are essential for good information management. And, organisations should invest in the resources that will help […]
by Sue Trombley | November 05, 2014
For World Paper Freed Day #WPFD on November 6th, Sue Trombley shares her thoughts on why so many businesses see paper as a significant information risk.
by Christian Toon | June 23, 2014
In conjunction with PwC, we’ve just published the third annual mid-market information risk management report. It forms part of this year’s Information Risk Maturity Index. For the first time, the report not only looks at mid-market (250 -2,500 employees) European firms, but also at firms from North America. In addition, we’ve extended the scope of our research to include enterprise businesses (over 2,500 employees) in Europe and North America. This research will be published later this summer. In the meantime, you can read an introduction to our findings for mid-market and enterprise-level companies when you visit our website. Some of the main findings from this year’s research are highlighted in this infographic (click the image to see a larger version).