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Few, if any, organisations can afford the impact of data loss on their staff’s time or on their reputation. Ensuring all your business information is regularly backed up and stored safely off site means it is swiftly available for recovery should you be faced with systems failure, human error or an external disaster.
We’d like to ask you a personal question: are you in control of your data? Do you know where everything is and can you access it right now? Today’s speed of corporate life and service expectations make it crucial to always hit the ground running. What if we said you could lock down your on-site chain of custody.
Welcome to the Restore group of companies. Our five businesses complement each other perfectly in the range and depth of office services we provide for our customers, which is one of the reasons why we are the largest UK-owned business of its kind.
UK and European legislation outlines that certain records must be kept and appropriately cared for and, when the time comes, disposed of correctly. Failure to comply with the standards for records retention and management could result in a data breach, which could land you with a £500,000 fine and damage the reputation of your organisation.
Welcome to our corporate social responsibility story, Our teams are focused on having a direct positive impact on twelve of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. Here are some of the ways that we are advancing each of those.
Right now, the most important step for any business to take to become a more agile version of itself is to review the processes and systems you have in place to ensure they are the fastest, most accurate and most compliant working practices possible.
Restore’s Heritage Relocation and Storage scheme is one of the most unique offerings of its type in the industry, combining expertise with cutting edge technology to provide the Museum,Heritage, Library, and Archive sectors with a complete service for the handling and storing of artefacts ranging from entire museum collections to rare books.
The Data Protection Act (DPA) 2018 applies to ‘controllers’ and ‘processors’. The definitions are broadly the same as under the Data Protection Act 1998, the controller says how and why personal data is processed, and the processor acts on the controller’s behalf. If you were subject to the previous law, you will be subject to DPA 2018.
Restore Records Management is committed to providing you with a range of records management solutions that are complementary, highly efficient and innovative and that give excellent value for money. When combined with the services of our sister businesses within the Restore plc group.
Every hour, every day, your organisation receives and creates paper and digital information that must be kept, be protected and be readily available throughout its shelf life – by law.
Records management solutions for business looking to downsize their office or encouraging employees to work remotely. No matter what the format of your business information, Restore can help you get on top of what you need to keep, how to access it and what you can dispose of securely.