On March 28th and 29th, The Belfry Hotel in Oxford will host the exclusively attended Alternative Accountancy Strategic IT Conference (AASIC).
The Alternative Accountancy Strategic IT Conference which is delivered in association with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), will bring together a specialist line up of speakers from the accountancy sector, respected technology partners to the industry and IT professionals from the industry.
The event set out over two days, boasts an impressive agenda that sets out to deliver education content written by accountants for accountants, with IT in mind. As well as focusing on best practice, needs and budgets, advice and insight into managing digital transformation will form a key part of this event.
As an ISO (9001 and 27001) certified organization, with over 18 years’ experience protecting and managing data, Redstor provide market-leading data management and protection technologies to the accountancy sector. Our list of customers comprizes firms of all sizes, including organizations such as Kingston Smith, Buzzacott LLP, Simmons Gainsford LLP, Lovewell Blake LLP and Thomas Westcott.
At this year’s show, Redstor will be focusing on how to ensure data protection compliance, covering off-site backup of data, security and the management of different data sources within a modern IT estate. With GDPR on many people’s minds, we will also be talking about data sovereignty and how to deal efficiently with long term data retention.
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