Earlier this week I announced that I was finally converting Records Management Girl from Sole trader to Limited. I’ve chosen to keep the same name but just add Ltd to the end. Going Ltd for me is a bold move.
A few weeks ago a query came up about Subject Access Requests and whether or not you would give out documentation that was in your file that belonged to someone else and even I got my ropes taffled and nearly
I am truly a very lucky individual. In my current career which has in so far spanned over a decade, I have had the privilege of getting to know some wonderful people however, this time, I’ve had the luck of getting
For those of you looking at the Accuracy Principle (Art 5(1)(d) and Storage Limitation Principle (Art 5(1)(e)) and wondering where to start updating your retention schedule, stop right there. You’re already way ahead of a lot of organisations. In relation
But they are not quick and they are not necessarily easy. This depends on how big they become and how much information you choose to put into it. Information Assets are the lifeblood of any organisation, without information a business
Under the Data Protection Act 1998, organisations are required to keep the information they hold about you, up to date, accurate and relevant and but also not excessively however, at times organisations need your help to do this. An example
I’m a scanning enthusiast. I hate paper; paper hates me, demonstrable by my current amount of paper cuts. However, scanning is not the answer to all your problems. It’s a short term fix to a long term problem unless it’s
IMPORTANT NOTE: I published this blog post back in March 2014, and it received such good feedback for being funny but informative, that I thought it deserved republishing. Please note that it is an outlandish subject and it should be