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Tag Archives: data protection

How to maximise the value of each client

How can you earn more money from each client, while the client continues to experience the long term benefits of your service? How can you get clients to keep coming back for more? We may have the solution for you. … Continue reading

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GDPR and Goodwill

This guest blog comes from our accountant and resident tax expert, Michael Bennett of Michael B. Bennett Ltd. Recently I have had a number of conversations with people who are telling me that as a result of the GDPR changes … Continue reading

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10 things you need to do to prepare for the GDPR

If you read our previous blog on this subject, you will know that the deadline for ensuring that your practice’s data records are compliant with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is 25 May 2018. This isn’t just a pesky … Continue reading

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Business as usual? Brexit, the ICO and the EU GDPR

After more than two years of discussions and debate, the final terms of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) were settled in April with the intention of providing a single data protection framework across the EU to protect citizens’ … Continue reading

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Are you compromising client confidentiality?

Client confidentiality and data protection is of the utmost importance in our profession. As we all know, we must protect client information, whether we keep that information on paper, on a computer, or in the cloud. According to the Information … Continue reading

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Storing data in the cloud…yes or no for therapists?

We’re often asked whether therapists should use cloud storage services such as Google Drive or Dropbox.   Now – if you haven’t a clue what we’re talking about, don’t worry. The cloud is relatively new, but has transformed computing. Essentially, … Continue reading

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