We may have come to the end of the working week but we haven't come to the end of our International Women's Day celebrations. In fact, it is important to note that whilst International Women's Day 2020 takes place this Sunday March 8th the 2020 theme #EachforEqual is a year long initiative. An equal world is an enabled world.
As we progress our International Women's Day celebrations we continue to speak with the inspirational women from across the OASIS Group.
For the second day of our week long International Women's Day celebrations we spoke with Nicola Simpson, Group Compliance and Audit Manager based out of our Winchester office.
This Sunday March 8th is International Women's Day, a day when countries all over the globe celebrate the achievements of women. As part of our celebrations we have been interviewing women across the OASIS Group to find out a little more about them and the challenges they face in their roles.
Today (21st February 2020) marks International Mother Language Day. The annual holiday declared by UNESCO (the United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organisation) in 1999 celebrates linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism.
What is Digital Transformation?
When you read the phrase ‘Digital Transformation’ it likely means something different to you than it does to your suppliers, your clients and potentially your colleagues. This is because digital transformation will look different for every company, furthermore departments within the same organisation may view this differently.
When AI was first introduced there were talks of the bots taking away jobs however they have shown, especially in the case of HR professionals, that rather than take away they are providing the ability to focus on the more important tasks associated with this profession.
When it comes to data backup and disaster recovery, preparation is paramount. Preparing your organisation before disaster strikes is key to maintaining business continuity and limiting downtime.
Integrated Services for Hybrid Document Management
Managing paper and digital documents can be challenging, especially during the digital transformation process. And, at OASIS we understand this. We also understand that for many businesses, digital conversion of all physical archive content is simply not practical or cost-effective. Some physical records will never be needed, while others are retrieved many times over. We call it the 80:20 rule, with some 80% of archived records never leaving our document storage centres.