GDPR ​- Why your people are the key to GDPR Compliance

From May 2018, the EU GDPR ruling mandates that every organisation takes appropriate care of personal data, and that systems and processes all operate in accordance with the new legislation. However, except for the ‘Processors’ and ‘Controllers’ of the data, the 88 page ruling document doesn’t mention anything regarding specific requirements for a typical employee.
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GDPR - Do you have a firm grip on your data landscape?

Sysdoc's four-stream approach starts by looking at data. When considering data, organisations should remember that 70-80% of all personal data normally lies outside a main enterprise system. This so-called “unstructured data” is well within the scope of GDPR.
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GDPR – A matter of compliance, or trust?

In an often face-less digital customer environment, gaining and keeping the trust of customers has never been more challenging. GDPR is all about giving individuals control over how their data is used. Trust can be gained and engagement can be customised to suit an individual’s requirements. 
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GDPR - Data, systems, processes and people

With new GDPR legislation in sight, the path to data protection compliance has just become a little steeper for most organisations. But it isn’t all bad news - a well-run review of data, systems and processes can deliver benefits over-and-above compliance.
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Pedal to Paris

This month, Josh Mellor, our Business Development Director will be cycling from London to Paris with the rest of the “Team 42” group. Here, one of the team talks more about why the British Legion is a cause that means a lot to him, and the importance of aviation principles.
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What is driving the future of work?

We’re living during a time of extreme change. Disruption is coming to established norms across all areas of life. The way we work is changing too, and there’s no doubt that the pace of change is quickening as each day passes. To understand how to succeed, we need to see what is driving the changes.
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Clare Hill - View from the Top

Sysdoc's UK CEO Clare Hill recently spoke in the Management Consultancies Association View From The Top interview, covering issues from Brexit and diversity to future ways of working.
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Katherine Corich at the University of Oxford

​This June, Sysdoc Founder Katherine Corich will be speaking at two events as part of her role as Associate Fellow of the University of Oxford's Said Business School. This article expands on these Oxford events, with further details.
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Sysdoc at the European Business Awards 2017

On Thursday, 4th May, the 10th annual European Business Awards were held in the beautiful city of Dubrovnik. The Awards were presented at the Grand Final, and this year, Sysdoc was an official partner of the ceremony.
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Sustainability progress at COP22

In our last blog we focussed on the importance of the continuing conversation on sustainability, yet, in November, the COP22 conference in Marrakech passed by with merely a whisper from international media. We thought it would be useful to summarise some of our most promising observations from Morocco in our latest blog.
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Sysdoc at SUG 2016

On the 20th-22nd of November 2016, join Sysdoc at the UK’s largest SAP conference this year – the UK and Ireland SUG Connect. Held at the ICC conference centre in Birmingham, we will be exhibiting at stand S2 – stop by and have a chat about how Sysdoc has enabled SAP implementation to respond to our clients’ challenges throughout many different sectors across the globe.
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Oxford number one University in the world

Last week, the University of Oxford took top spot in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. It is the first time in the 12-year history of the rankings that a university from the United Kingdom has held this honour.
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McLaren Tour of New Zealand

One of the most famous British automotive organisations, McLaren, is set to light up its spiritual home of New Zealand as a thirty car tour takes place later this year. 
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Victoria Ransom and Katherine Corich bring a global view to the Pure Advantage green growth campaign

Internationally successful kiwi entrepreneurs Victoria Ransom and Katherine Corich were today announced as new trustees for Pure Advantage, the business-led green growth organisation. Ransom, the co-founder of social marketing software firm Wildfire, and Sysdoc Group founder Corich reinforce a high-powered group of trustees that includes founder Phillip Mills, Sir Stephen Tindall, Jeremy Moon, Chris Liddell and Geoff Ross, among others.
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Sysdoc founder recognised with lifetime achievement

Sysdoc founder and Global CEO of Sysdoc Group, Katherine Corich was inducted into the NZ Hi-Tech hall of fame along with Sam Morgan at the 2016 Hi-Tech Awards.  Corich was recognised for her outstanding professional achievements and service to the tech industry through innovation, promotion and mentoring of the next generation of Kiwi entrepreneurs within the industry.  Katherine joins the 16 outstanding New Zealanders who have received this extraordinary recognition previously. 
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Reflections on sustainability in business

Early on the morning of Saturday 7th May, something remarkable happened. For 107 hours from 6:45am – nearly four and a half days straight – Portugal powered itself purely though solar, wind and hydro generated power. This incredible event is just one example of how several European countries are leading the world in using renewables.
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