Physical Meets Digital is a fully online and live event dedicated to discussing trends, challenges and best practices in information management. During each of the sessions industry experts share their knowledge, insights and experience with the live audience, encouraging live collaboration. These sessions have been brought to you in order to help you navigate and accelerate your business in areas of digital transformation, physical and digital storage, data security and compliance. Explore discussions below.
From Physical To Digital Adopting Consistent Policy For Greater Compliance And Peace Of Mind
Workplace reorganisation in practice: decluttering your office to reclaim valuable space
Explore best practices for different ways of utilising valuable spaces and practical tips on how to “clean start” in the “next normal”.
Operational resilience: a business strategy in and out of crisis
Explore best practices and actionable tips for building your operational resilience plans to support your business strategy in and out of crisis.
FAQs: Responding To Crisis - Contingency For Secure Access To Physical Records Remotely
Explore top tips and quick-fix solutions to enable digital access to physical information for your business in times of crisis, and beyond.
Unlocking The Business Value Of Unstructured Data With AI/ML
Discover the power of data by unlocking insights
Harnessing Data Insights Through Emerging Technologies
Physical and digital information and data repositories are vaster than ever, and many organisations struggle to classify, access and understand all of it.
Boost Productivity through Paperless Workflows
The paper slowdown touches virtually every single business process. Just ask yourself: How often have you spent more time on repetitive tasks than strategic initiatives?
During the discussion panel our speakers will look back at the weekly theme of Trekking the path to digital transformation and share their views in an interactive Q&A.
Mapping the path through emerging technologies
During this discussion with CEO of TapMyData, we compare and contrast the opportunities and challenged on the road to digital transformation for companies that were born in the physical times with a start-up developed in the digital era.
Getting It Right From The Start Managing The Disposition Of Electronic Records
How The Digitisation Of Lloyd George Records Streamlines Patient Care And Reduces Costs
During this keynote Charlotte Marshall, SVP, General Manager Western Europe, and Jeroen Strik, Managing Director Benelux & Digital Solutions Sweden, will discuss the convergence of physical and digital data.
Heritage and High-value Media Assets Preservation in a Digital World
Historical and high-value records and assets require special preservation consideration. Managing the collection, tracing, duplication and storage of them, as well as providing easy and secure access for decades to come presents numerous challenges.
During the discussion panel our speakers will look back at the weekly theme and share their views in an interactive Q&A.
Bridging the gap between
physical and digital
Whilst many still associate Iron Mountain with physical data storage, this perception is increasingly outdated. Over the past few years the company has developed a suite of secure, cloud-based services for disaster recovery and information governance and management, as well as industry-leading governance and strategy advisory services.
Building a business case to unify your organisation’s compliance efforts
Explore how to build a case and implement a holistic and unified solution that enables better alignment and integrated risk management.
Developing Strategies To Stay On Top Of Data Privacy In New Technology
During this discussion with Centrica, our experts discuss top tips and best practice for staying on top of privacy and compliance policies embracing digital transformation in the business strategy.
Exploring the new landscape of data privacy
During this discussion with Nymity, we define what you should pay attention to and how to be pro-active in answering to the complex world of privacy legislations.