Jul 102013
 


Cardiff (PRWEB UK) 10 July 2013

PHS Recordsmanagement advise businesses on what, where, when and how to store confidential documents, after Google is pulled up for not complying with the Data Protection Act.

According to a report in the Telegraph last week, Google has until the 20th September to change its privacy policy in order to comply with the Data Protection Act. But document storage experts PHS Recordsmanagement know that confusion over the Act and other retention directives can often leave businesses storing documents incorrectly.

Anthony Pearlgood, Managing Director of PHS Recordsmanagement, said: Legislation can be a minefield. If you arent au fait with regulations concerning the storage of personal details, you are far from alone. You are, however, leaving your business open to substantial fines and the threat of losing the confidence of customers and employees.

Fortunately, businesses dont need to leave personal data retention to chance when PHS Recordsmanagement can advise what, where, when and how it should be kept.

The likelihood of charges for non-compliance is high with recent cases resulting in a fine of

GregC

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