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  • Managing your data with AI technology

    If you are responsible for managing your organisation’s data/information/content then you’re probably facing a pretty daunting task nowadays. There’s an increasing demand to not only protect the data, but also to maximise its usefulness, regardless of which repository it is being stored in.

  • Preparing for GDPR with Office 365

    As of May 2018, all organisations, whether they are within or outside the EU, will need to manage and protect their customer’s data in line with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Any organisation transacting EU personal data, will need to implement a culture of privacy by design across their organisation.

  • Why is Office 365 Tenancy "Lock-down" an important first step?

    **Office 365** is like a Pandora’s box – if opened without any governance standards, your organisation will quickly lose control of how information is being used. Microsoft has made it simple for users to easily create **Office 365** environments to collaborate and share content. However, this creates challenges for organisations looking to improve search experiences, whilst applying security

  • Why Nintex Workflow Cloud?

    For many customers looking to automate and simplify complex business processes, **Nintex Workflow** products provide the answer to their questions. **Nintex** for **Office 365** provides an intuitive BPM tool that is quick to adopt and fits seamlessly into existing SharePoint practices and, with integration to a suitable search engine, will prove invaluable once the General Data Protection

  • A new era in Document & Records Management in Office 365

    90% of data in the world today has been created in the last 2 years alone. In fact, there is so much data stored in the world that we are running out of ways to quantify it. Our current output of data is roughly 2.5 quintillion bytes a day. With the onus on protecting data being placed firmly on the shoulders of organisations (with the introduction of GDPR), businesses world-wide need to be

  • How can I manage my information in line with GDPR requirements?

    Compliance with GDPR will be an ongoing process that will require companies to build in a

    protection procedure into their organisation. It is not a case of simply identifying and protecting your data but also managing PII at every stage to ensure that data subject’s rights are always upheld.

  • The importance of Cloud-based Enterprise Content Management (ECM) in today's business

    Today’s business world operates on the basis of instant information access. From replying to your emails to checking your bank balance with a click of a button, we expect to be able to find the information we want, without any interference. In order to keep up with the digital age, businesses need to manage their content in a way that satisfies both consumer and employee appetite for instant

  • Microsoft Office 365: how can the Security and Compliance Center help your organisation?

    As personal identifiable information (PII) can sit in a range of locations from CRM and financial systems to unstructured documents – overseeing that data is protected at every stage of its lifecycle is an overwhelming task for IT and security teams.

    What is the solution?

    Enter **Office 365**: Security and Compliance Center, a collection of online services that allows your

  • True or False: A close up on GDPR

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become the global benchmark on privacy that few organisations will escape from. With businesses trying to prepare in time for the May 2018 deadline and so many different claims floating around the GDPR, finding the facts amongst the fiction is sometimes difficult to entangle.

    This blog addresses some of the most common misconceptions

  • Deploying SharePoint - "Big Bang" or "Phased Roll-out"?

    The roll-out of SharePoint to users can be achieved as a “Big Bang” or “Phased Roll-out”. Selecting the right way will be influenced by the project type, size and shape of your organisation.

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