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Northern Insight Magazine provide you with the latest technology news from across the North East region. From new product launches and brand new technology to cyber security and the importance of technology for business success – you can be sure to stay in the know.

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Is Your Data In Safe Hands?

Issue 64

Data protection law applies to every organisation from large corporates to sole traders, and whether you employ thousands of people or none. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) recently highlighted some big fines for organisations that failed to adhere to the law. Topping the list was British Airways, which was fined £20million for failing to protect the personal and financial details of more than 400,000 customers. In second place was Marriott International with a fine of £18.4million for failing to keep the personal data of 339m of its customers safe. Do you know where your data is held, and who controls it? GDPR affects the management of data centres, since the operators own the physical environment where data is stored, and can be both ‘controllers’ and ‘processors’ under the regulation. It is essential that your data centre partner is compliant, particularly if your organisation runs on a private, public or hybrid…

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Unprecedented Move To Remote Working Contributes To A Year Of Growth

Issue 63

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How To Boost Your Cybersecurity

Issue 63

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Rural Connections

Issue 63

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Beyond Security: The Future Of Ip Surveillance And Iot

Issue 63

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Uniting Your Workforce From Within Microsoft Teams

Issue 63

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Choosing The Right Backup Solution

Issue 62

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Unlocking The Digital Future

Issue 62

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Helping Companies Work Smarter

Issue 62

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