With the much-publicised General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect in May 2018, the public sector is facing a range of challenges to ensure compliance in time for the deadline.
While these connected devices can be incredibly useful, they can also leave users vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
Let's introduce you to some characters that often appear in meetings where data is intended to educate, enlighten or inspire others to action but where it typically breaks down in to conflict.
efore migrating take into consideration all the risks and costs, perhaps archiving data and starting fresh with new ECM might be a feasible solution.
In 2017, Gartner made the bold decision to bury the term “Enterprise Content Management”. In its place it announced the birth of Content Services. “But what has become of ECM since then?” asks David Jones, Director of Product Marketing at Nuxeo
We rely on technology more than ever, but the ways in which companies choose to communicate with us can be sadly unreliable.
IT service desk teams and the personal data they store should be included in any GDPR compliance programme.
Adopting a workplace culture that is ready to embrace change and experiment is key to success in today's digital world.
Yahoo Japan have built their data centres using the same state-of-the-art principles other webscale companies have adopted.
The blockchain technology that powers and documents every Bitcoin transaction has gone fairly unnoticed. Until now.