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Back in May 2018, the new Data Privacy Law was introduced to Europe and over that period several high-profile companies have fallen foul of being compliant. It seems strange to say that people seem to have lost the focus that was around in 2018, but with Brexit has come a wave of new changes to the law, and companies more than ever need to review their data management policies and practices and stay on top of being compliant.
London, 2nd June 2021: Logicalis, a leading international IT solutions and managed services provider, today announces the acquisition of the network transformation and modernisation specialist, siticom. The investment strengthens Logicalis’ capability to deliver software-defined services to customers as they look to connect people and devices.
As we approach (fingers crossed!!!) the return to some sense of normality with businesses reopening and social distancing being softened, the debate on what work will look like going forward has started in earnest. We are all now comfortable working from home and the roles that were always perceived to be office-based roles have been remotely working for the past 12 months, so why is there a need to change?