GDPR: A year to adapt your data processes

Recorded on: April 23, 2017 – 12:00 PM

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018. By now, most professional service firms are beyond needing to understand GDPR - with many already reviewing their processes for storing and processing data.

With one year until the new regulations come into force, there needs to be action made to adapt and enforce new ways of working, inline with GDPR. 

We invited subject matter expert from iManage to discuss how you can achieve GDPR compliance and manage  your data processes to meet these requirements.

In this webinar we explore:

  • Audit and secure your client documents

  • Ensure visibility of your compliance status

  • Keeping the flow of information in a secure environment

  • Make the most of automation and cloud flexibility

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About the Speakers

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Frank White

Subject Matter Expert, iManage

Frank has a wealth of experience of IT in the professional services sector. With iManage being one of the leading product management solutions for law firms and professional services firms, Frank has built up extensive experience with the issues impacting these sectors. 

In particular, Frank has good knowledge of data governance and document management solutions, giving him the perfect awareness of the challenges which GDPR may present a firm. 

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Matthew Newton

Joint Managing Director, Oosha

With over 20 years’ experience in the internet connectivity, cloud and managed service arena, Matt has gained a wealth of knowledge. As a proven guru in everything Tech, Matt regularly spreads his wisdom at technology events across the country.

Matt’s aim for Oosha is simple – to make IT simple for customers. Allowing them to focus on running their business, without being let down by, or worrying about technology. 

Expertise in the professional sector, in particular, has helped Matt provide many effective IT solutions, created specifically for those in the legal and accounting sectors.