Apogee Cloud Solutions Services
Three Major Benefits of Cloud Printing
2 January 2018
Apogee Managed Print Services
Customer Training Insight at Europe’s Largest Independent Provider of Document Technology
16 January 2018
Apogee Cloud Solutions Services
Three Major Benefits of Cloud Printing
2 January 2018
Apogee Managed Print Services
Customer Training Insight at Europe’s Largest Independent Provider of Document Technology
16 January 2018

GDPR Next Steps and eDisclosure Technology To Be Discussed at Next Leeds Law Society Seminar

 

The first of four Leeds Law Society Seminar held back on 25th October was a resounding success and filled to capacity, with organisations eager to learn about the impact of GDPR and strategies to meet the new regulations challenges.

On the 8th February, Apogee will be holding our second seminar at the Leeds Law Society. This seminar is a follow up to the GDPR seminar that was held last month. Apogee specialists will be discussing the next steps for working towards becoming GDPR compliant, along with eDisclosure technology. Click here for more event details and to register your attendance.

In todays’ climate much has been talked about in regards to ever increasing levels of regulatory compliance (e.g. GDPR), and what tools can be used to try and find a proportionate solution. This second seminar will cover two areas; firstly give an overview of eDisclosure and how it works in standard practice (litigation/investigation), and then secondly look at its role, using some of the same tools, when helping comply with GDPR legislation.

The session will be of use to both those looking at how best to deal with litigation/investigation, but also those that are looking at what strategies can be employed in their organisation to find, search and secure their client confidential material

Register for this event by completing the registration form on our events page here.

 

Latest insights

21 February 2024

How to reduce employee attrition in the hybrid working world

With a fifth of UK workers at high risk of leaving their jobs in 2024, and a further 12% expecting to leave before 2026, it’s increasingly clear that staff retention strategies require a rethink. Flexible working will be crucial for reducing turnover – providing, of course, that it is implemented effectively.
12 February 2024

Want stronger data security? Invest in smoother hybrid working

Though high employee satisfaction is a benefit associated with hybrid working, many CIOs are still hesitant to invest in tools for easing digital collaboration – despite the fact that this tech would also enable them to tackle persistent issues concerning data security.

Keep up to date with all the latest in Managed Print Services.