The rise in high-profile data security breaches, along with the impending GDPR legislation, continues to highlight the severity of a data breach and emphasises the need to ensure you are protected against the risk of a potential breach. Many data breaches occur through incorrect disposal therefore it is crucial that you use an ITAD (IT Asset Disposal Company) that will guarantee the complete destruction of your data.
The AMI Advantage Partner Program provides potential partners with the opportunity to grow their business by offering their clients the most secure ICT disposal service in the industry. Whether your focus is on small businesses, commercial accounts or public sector, AMI’s secure IT disposal solutions are sure to meet your clients’ data protection and IT disposal needs.
A new piece of research has been launched by the BSIA, aimed at assessing the buying behaviour of public sector organisations seeking secure data destruction services.
The Information Commissioner’s Office has urged organisations to review their policies on how personal data is handled, after the Nursing and Midwifery Council was issued a £150,000 civil monetary penalty for breaching the Data Protection Act.
IAITAM is the only conference in the world solely dedicated to the advancement of IT Asset Management. Expand your existing ITAM knowledge at the event where the focus will be on ITAM best practices and its effect on business operations and profitability.
Following a recent audit, AMI have been awarded the ADISA certification, achieving the highest level of the accreditation; a Distinction with Honours.
As the pressure to constantly reduce costs within businesses continues, more companies are choosing to get the most of their IT budget by using ITAD (IT Asset Disposal) companies offering free IT recycling. However have you ever considered the cost implications if you don’t invest in a fully accredited ITAD partner?
As new EU Data Protection rules come into force, are you aware of how they will impact your business?
According to a recent survey, only half of UK IT decision-makers are aware of the upcoming EU Data Protection Regulation and how this law will impact their business.
Data protection is an increasingly important and heavily legislated business area. This seminar looks at the changes which are currently being considered to data protection law and how businesses need to be aware of them to remain compliant.
AMI are delighted to announce that they are attending the 5th Annual Data Protection Conference at Dublin’s Ballsbridge Hotel on the 21st February, 2013.