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Dajon are a UK based Workflow Automation, EDM and Document Scanning specialist headquartered in the heart of London, trusted by our clients to deliver again and again.

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Taking on the task of implementing any new business solution is often daunting and time-consuming. Even the best-laid plans are going to come with potential roadblocks, so facing them head on and steering clear of the most common ones means you will have a far greater chance of success.

So you’ve been given the go-ahead on your shiny new RPA initiative - The champagne corks have been popped, you’ve given yourself a big pat on the back then suddenly the eyes of the business are on you – asking how you are going to make it a success.

Just last month telecommunications business TalkTalk was fined £100,000 for failing to put in place security processes which would protect its customers from theft.

Even though no data breach occurred, The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined TalkTalk Telecom Group PLC after it failed to look after its customers’ data and risked it falling into the hands of scammers and fraudsters.

In this blog we will cover why the fine occured and how it could have been prevented by an adequate EDM system.

A recent article by KMWorld states that digital transformation is inevitable for businesses. Here at Dajon Data Management, we are inclined to agree. We have found companies that avoid implementing a digital transformation are likely to follow in the footsteps of the cassette player, videos and a favourite 20 years ago, Blockbuster.

In this article, we will cover the current barriers to digital transformation and pinpoint some of the methods that can be used to overcome these distinct obstacles.

A recent report by the BBC has revealed that hundreds of sensitive Lambeth Council documents have been found in an unlocked London estate storage unit.

If the records were stored in an appropriately secure manner, an audit trail would show who accessed the documents and when. This would render it virtually impossible for an employee to leak or lose the data without Lambeth Council being able to pinpoint the staff member responsible.