GDPR Preparation Stage 3

GDPR Preparation for SMEs Stage 3 – Right to be Forgotten, Breaches and Repeat. If you have been following the last 2 stages of our series on GDPR Preparation, you will be on the road to putting into place a reasonably robust start at GDPR compliance.  You’ve identified the data, you’ve located it, you’ve categorised it...

GDPR Preparation for SMEs in 3 Stages

Stage 1 - Awareness, Data Identification and Creating a Register Getting ready for GDPR doesn't have to be as confusing as it appears to be.  Read our 3 part blog designed to walk you through the stages, so you don't go crazy!   1 Awareness Make sure that the relevant people in your business are aware of GDPR and the...

7 Tips to Get Your Invoices Paid

Tips for Getting Your Invoices Paid Cashflow is vital for any SME, so one of the biggest problems facing small businesses is late payment of invoices.  In Britain we are especially slow at paying our bills, in 2014 around 60% of small business owners were experiencing late payment issues – with the average firm owed over £38,186. This is a big...

GDPR – 8 Points You Need to Know

[caption id="attachment_1788" align="aligncenter" width="688"] 8 Points You Need to Know about GDPR[/caption] GDPR is on it's way But do you know what it is? The General Data Protection Regulation is designed to protect all EU citizens from privacy and data breaches. It comes into effect from May 2018, but the time to s...

Marginal Gains – How 1% Can Make the Difference

  Marginal Gains   In 2012, British Cycling wiped for floor in the London Olympics.  Those were the salad days before the recent doping controversies kicked in, and according to their coach at the time, Dave Brailsford, they owed it all to marginal gains. British Cycling’s approach to Marginal Gains was to apply the concept...