Recent document shredding scandals have highlighted the need for companies to operate effective document management strategies. But, say Ashley Bailey and Stephen Ollerenshaw (left), contradictory signals from the Government are making life impossible
Increased globalisation combined with more widespread use of the internet as a means of conducting business is changing how companies worldwide are carrying out day-to-day transactions. The electronic age has brought with it an immediacy and efficiency that enables an organisation to respond to these changing dynamics thereby ensuring that they sustain their advantage in such a competitive operating environment.
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