Belfast, 23rd November 2018 – AMI, the most secure IT disposal company on the island of Ireland, today announces that it has been named the Medium/Mid-Sized Business of the Year 2018 at the annual Business Eye First Trust Bank Business Awards (BEFTAs). The awards, which took place at the Belfast Waterfront on Thursday, 22nd November, recognise […]
AMI DiskShred will be attending the Data Centre Ireland Exhibition & Conference this November from the 20th to 21st. The event is set to be a great success with keynote speakers such as Niall McEnteart, DataCentre site operations Director EMEA, Facebook and Minister Pat Breen TD Minister for Trade, Employment, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection, […]
The conference held almost 350 delegates from across Ireland providing the ideal opportunity for industry members to share their thoughts and questions with the best IT minds in the world. From Lord Alan West, former UK Minister of Security and First Sea Lord, to Bennett Arron, an award-winning writer, identity-theft speaker, stand-up comedian and BAFTA shortlisted director. Speaking around topics such as fighting ransomware, combating cyber extortion, Securing the Internet of Things (IOT) making sense of the EU GDPR, Is A.I the future of cybersecurity and cloud security.
As Ireland’s leading IT disposal provider, AMI has been providing secure IT retirement and electronic recycling and remarketing services since 2001. In that time we have celebrated a number of significant milestones and business achievements, from securing numerous industry accreditations and certifications to successfully running our first GDPR seminar and returning €2 million to our […]
The May 25th GDPR deadline is fast approaching and is set to shake up how organisations collect and process data. To help businesses with their final preparations, AMI recently held a special GDPR lunchtime seminar in the Merchant Hotel, Belfast which was attended by more than 130 people. We’ve put together a recap of what […]
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to come into force in just over a year’s time, on 25th May 2018. GDPR is one of the most important pieces of legislation to affect companies whose core business involves processing data. Those found to be non-compliant could face fines of up to €20 million or 4% […]