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Security &
Access control

Whether you need CCTV, digital door access
control or a new alarm system, we can tailor
an installation to suit your needs.

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Networks

In our experience, poor system reliability, slow
network performance and WiFi are among the
biggest IT issues facing businesses today.

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IT Support

Talk to us about the IT issues you are
experiencing and you can be assured
of our prompt and personal attention.

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Telecoms

Even with the arrival of email, SMS and social media,
the telephone remains an essential business tool.
And as with so many other technologies,
it’s best not to be left behind with telephony.

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Cloud

The benefits of moving your data and
email to a highly secure, off-premise
facility are becoming more compelling.

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Consultancy

If you are faced with the challenges of managing data
in different systems, then the difficulties of managing your
business reports and information tools will be all too familiar.

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Cyber Security

Brand damage, risk of reputation through consumer
confidence and loss of important data are just a few
potential implications of a data security breach

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Security & Access Control

Whether you need CCTV, digital door access
control or a new alarm system, we can tailor
an installation to suit your needs.

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Support and maintenance

At RDS Global, we pride ourselves on delivering high quality support
to our customer – it’s what we have been doing for nearly 20 years.

We also give you choice about the support. In the same way that we tailor solutions to suit our customers’ specific requirements, the same goes for support.

25/05/2018

GDPR is here and so is Top Tip 5&6

Top Tip 5

Do I need a Data Protection Officer after the May 25th deadline?: Certain organisations will require to have a DPO to advice on GDPR compliance. This individual cannot be someone who makes decisions about data processing but should have access to the Board. The responsibility remains with the data controller; the organisation in control of the data. If you are a public authority; if your core activity is processing large amounts of sensitive personal data or if you’re core activi

25/05/2018

GDPR is here and so is Top Tip 5&6

Top Tip 5

Do I need a Data Protection Officer after the May 25th deadline?: Certain organisations will require to have a DPO to advice on GDPR compliance. This individual cannot be someone who makes decisions about data processing but should have access to the Board. The responsibility remains with the data controller; the organisation in control of the data. If you are a public authority; if your core activity is processing large amounts of sensitive personal data or if you’re core activi

21/05/2018

How will GDPR affect my business after May 25th deadline?

The GDPR applies to organisations processing and holding personal data within the EU. It also applies to organisations outside the EU that offer goods or services to individuals in the EU.

Personal data means any information that can be used to directly or indirectly identify the person. This could be anything from a name, computer IP address, bank details or location data.

Depending on the severity of non-compliance, companies can expect to be fined up to 2% of annual global turnover or

21/05/2018

How will GDPR affect my business after May 25th deadline?

The GDPR applies to organisations processing and holding personal data within the EU. It also applies to organisations outside the EU that offer goods or services to individuals in the EU.

Personal data means any information that can be used to directly or indirectly identify the person. This could be anything from a name, computer IP address, bank details or location data.

Depending on the severity of non-compliance, companies can expect to be fined up to 2% of annual global turnover or

10/05/2018

Top Tip #3

Who can I call after the 25th May deadline?
You can continue to cold call corporate and sole traders/partnerships provided the telephone numbers have been suppressed against the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) and the Corporate Telephone Preference Service (CTPS) registers every 28 days as well as any in-house suppression files you hold. You need to always offer them the opportunity to opt out of future calls.

10/05/2018

Top Tip #3

Who can I call after the 25th May deadline?
You can continue to cold call corporate and sole traders/partnerships provided the telephone numbers have been suppressed against the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) and the Corporate Telephone Preference Service (CTPS) registers every 28 days as well as any in-house suppression files you hold. You need to always offer them the opportunity to opt out of future calls.

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