Data hoarding is widely recognised as a damaging activity in our day to day lives, with TV shows such as The Hoarder Next Door...
Pulsant Partners with Armor, Protecting Organisations’ Cloud Data from Cyber Threats, while Enabling Adherence to GDPR Regulations
Pulsant, a leading UK provider of hybrid cloud solutions, has joined forces with Armor, a top provider of threat prevention and response services for private,...
Most of our contact centre customers initially met the GDPR with as much trepidation as anyone else. After working with our customers, I have...
Only a Small Number of Large UK and Multinational Organisations ‘Highly Confident’ over GDPR Compliance
Following yesterday's news from CenturyLink EMEA that only 25% of law firms surveyed are prepared for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), it's perhaps...
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Businesses are continuously reassessing their resources and options to fill their tech stack. In this competitive digital landscape, the innovative use of technology will be something that would generate a competitive advantage for organisations.
This combination can drive a business’s data culture and provide a structured approach for businesses to benefit from data intelligence across their operations, with only a few clicks.