The clock is ticking when it comes to EU GDPR compliance. With less than a year to go before it comes into effect, businesses around the world are revamping their data privacy posture to ensure they’re compliant with the regulations.
Earlier this year, it was confirmed that the forthcoming European data privacy directive would be transferred into UK law. So, despite Brexit, if you’re an organisation based in the UK, you still need to comply with
Most of the conversation around the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) centres on the government and big business. But SMEs will feel the impact too.
With less than a year to prepare, it’s crucial to understand how the GDPR will affect SMEs and what needs to be done to ensure compliance…
Why big regulations matter for small businesses
Make no mistake, whatever the outcome of Brexit negotiations, it is all but guaranteed the UK will be adopting
Most people will publish their ‘what-to-look-out-for-in-2018’ articles at the end of the year. But, to truly take advantage of next year’s advancements in IT and telephony, you need to act today. Because who realistically starts planning for the following year in mid-December? It’s as mad as planning for a holiday an hour before heading to the airport.
With that in mind, we’ve pulled together the communications trends that we think will be a big deal next
Technology habits are undoubtedly changing. According to StatCounter, internet usage on mobile and tablet devices exceeded that of desktop usage for the first time in October 2016. And, according to Gartner, global PC sales have been down consecutively for the last five years, including Q4 2016.
Now, more than ever, no business can afford to ignore mobile technology. If you’re considering updating your mobile telecoms strategy, here are some tips to help you make the right
Mobile technology has become indispensable to businesses. It helps employees stay on top of calls and in touch with customers while they’re out of the office. It keeps workflows moving despite not everyone being physically at their desk. And it enables flexible working, giving way to a better work-life balance. From handsets, USB modems (dongles), data and/or voice SIMs to wireless hotspots, mobile technology is an integral part of any modern business communications plan.
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