Mike Richardson, managing director EMEA at Maximizer CRM, outlines some key dos and don?ts to help bosses navigate their way to successful data management.
The General Data Protection Regulation in May 2018 may seem overwhelming, but our GDPR Doctors are here to help.
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.
Digital expenses management can make your life easier and can make your staff happier. Here are the top five reasons to ditch your spreadsheets.
Kicking off the first in our GDPR doctors series, we’ve broken down the basics of GDPR to help provide business owners with a solid foundation on where to get started.
Stuart Holmes, sales director EMEA at AFEX, explains how the introduction of a programme for prepaid cards can give SME leaders crucial competitive advantages.
There is so much GDPR noise out there, it wouldn?t come as a surprise if you?d tried to avoid it. But we?ve got a better option ? check out our new GDPR doctors feature series.
Recent news revealed less than a third of corporations failed to address corruption and bribery issues within supply chains despite efforts to put in place policies preventing this.
May 2018 will see the implementation of GDPR. This new legislation will change businesses? legal responsibilities in the management of data ? and being legally compliant will help you avoid some hefty fines.
For those looking to implement GDPR ahead of time, here’s a quick round up of the steps you should be looking to take.
In his first entry for Founders Diaries, Transline Group’s Jon Taylor explains why business planning is pivotal ? even when the Christmas rush is upon him.
When employees are prosecuted for falsifying or exaggerating business expenses claims, there are a number of charges they can face. It may be dealt with as “false accounting”, under the Theft Act 1968, or as an offence covered by the Fraud Act 2006.