The timeframe for releasing archived records into the public domain has changed from 30 years to 20. To most people, changing a requirement from a very long time to a long time doesn’t sound that dramatic. But for the organisations charged with meeting that commitment, it’s a big step, says Iron Mountain's Phil Greenwood.
The best innovations can come from looking at old data in a new way, so make sure yours is captured and safe. Your successors and their successors in turn will thank you for it.
Data breaches still present a significant challenge to the public sector, with 40% of organisation reporting to have suffered one, according to new research.
UK businesses are struggling to manage growing volumes of information and are failing to meet the demands and expectations of the modern workforce, says the analyst firm.