Tag Archive > records management

Talk: Ten Top Tips for Managing your Business Information Better

How often do you waste time trying to find that file ‘that was there somewhere’? Do you feel overwhelmed by the amount of information that you have to deal with each week? Would you like to be able to find the right information in the right place at the right time? Join Fiona Wilson of [...]

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Banks lose interest when you close an account

It’s January and time to do my tax return.  Now that I am banking online with e-statements I realised I’m missing the tax certificates which used to get sent out each April/May.  I had a good look online at my e-statements but this information seems to be missing – bank customer service advisors, please take [...]

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Dentists have their own flossify on sharing patient records…

‘Scuse the bad pun but something about this post needed to be lighthearted. The good news is that I have managed to get registered with an NHS dentist in Crewkerne.  However my joy was short-lived when I discovered that NHS dentists do not transfer patient records. I’m still trying to work out why this is [...]

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Online Information 09

emmersons visited the Online Information Exhibition at Olympia from 1 – 3 December 2009.  It was the first visit to this annual show, and very worthwhile!  As well as browsing the stands and picking up a few stocking filler freebies (well it was that time of year), there was ample opportunity to meet and chat [...]

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Simple but effective!

I’d like to share one of my bugbears.  It’s something which annoys me because it seems so simple yet is something which has been totally overlooked by companies, organisations and technical people.  How often do you download a PDF  – perhaps an e-ticket for flights booked or your insurance documents – and the file appears [...]

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