What does the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) mean to those in education?
How the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force next May, will affect those working in the HR and payroll function in schools
The paperless revolution has failed to significantly take off. But, while a paper-free school seems unlikely to ever happen, paper-free processes might not be as unrealistic, writes Doug Miles, director of market intelligence at AIIM
Is it realistic to think that schools can ever go completely paper‑free? Probably not, but paper-free processes may not be so far away, writes AIIM’s director of market intelligence Doug Miles
A paperless school is unlikely to ever happen, but paper-free processes might not be too far away, writes AIIM’s Doug Miles
A sound approach to information destruction can stop private information from falling into the wrong hands, writes the British Security Industry Association’s (BSIA) Judith Denny
Educational premises – such as schools, colleges, universities or academies – often have hundreds, or even thousands, of individuals within them at any one time.
The nature of the modern world is such that not only are we all different, we also speak different languages. We are clever that way.
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