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We were proud to participate in this year’s AIIM Forum UK in London.
An annual conference for infromation management professionals, AIIM Forum UK gave us a chance to share our new Client Information Management system, created in close collaboration with leading independent firm Hymans Robertson. You can read more about the event in our previous blog post.
As well as sponsoring and exhibiting at the event, we welcomed Barry Smart, IT Director and Partner at Hymans Robertson. Barry and our CEO, Andy Hamilton, appeared on stage to introduce and discuss the Client Information Management system we built together. You can now watch the full presentation here.
What is data privacy, and what are companies doing about it? Andy Hamilton, Managing Director of CompanyNet, looks at the issues and considers the implications for the cloud.
During a number of conversations recently, I have been intrigued to discover that many people still mix up the issues of privacy and security when discussing the public cloud. Using dictionary definitions this should not really be the case as both words have clear differentiation in their meanings. Perhaps one theory is that when thinking of data, it is still strongly associated with technology. Additionally, losing data because of an IT issue has been the most prominent issue leading to a huge focus on backing up, redundancy, co-location and so on.
Here you’ll find insight on CompanyNet’s work, what’s happening in enterprise software, and the future of the workplace. It’s written by a variety of CompanyNet staff. If you’d like to talk to us about anything you see here, just drop us a line.
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On Wednesday 11th October, don't miss our next event, Breakfast Briefing – What’s next for Office 365?