It came to light on Friday 3 November that Donald Trump’s Twitter account had been deleted. This was no technical error – an employee went “rogue”. So what can you do if this happens at your firm?
Daren Howell, business continuity expert at Sungard Availability Services, looks at how businesses are extremely relaxed or dangerously unaware of the changing responsibilities and liabilities around compliance.
You’d be surprised how many pivotal deals, shock revelations or diabolical double-crossings in cinematic history have been conducted over conference calls.
With staying on top of your company’s cash flow such a crucial job, Concur’s Lara Edwards explains why a travel and expense policy can really help out.
Staff are a precious asset, but they can also cause the biggest problems, which is the centre of the insider threat debate. Consider, however, that leaked data is not always the result of vindictive behaviour.
It seems taking a back seat is something a lot of people are finding increasingly difficult to do and a return to work after retiring could be on the cards.
Deciding how your company describes and advertises itself is imperative to gaining new customers – and there are key words that you should take on board to get the job done.
The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 has ensured companies are held accountable for deaths resultant of management failings. Giles Ward, senior partner at Milners Solicitors, sheds more light on the subject.
Although the majority of SMEs have yet to put Brexit-proofing plans in place, since Article 50 was triggered, 32 per cent have upped business development activity, and 27 per cent have decreased their costs.