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Five reasons to use a professional document management company

Ensuring those important documents are under secure lock and key, but also accessible 24/7, will boost your status as a company that can be trusted by its clients and offers complete peace of mind.

Dr Sharad Paul appoints Palamedes PR for UK book PR campaign

Dr Paul, one of the world’s foremost authorities on skin cancer and cutaneous surgery, has tasked the agency – a market leader in non-fiction PR - to handle the interests of his latest book, Skin: A Biography.

Common office design pitfalls and how to avoid them

However, if you get it right, you stand to add value to your company and make work a far more enjoyable experience for your staff.

Physicist Henry Mosley who was killed in WWI is remembered at...

Organisers received support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to mark Moseley’s great contribution to science, the impact of his death on the international scientific community and its relationship with government and the armed forces.

100 year old American tourist mugged on ‘bucket list’ trip to...

Tourist William White was visiting the UK with his son when the cash was snatched from a bum-bag he was wearing around his waist. He had stepped off a bus and slipped over and he was helped up by a passer-by - who then nicked around £1,400.

Pensioner living in ex-council flat transforms scrubby garden into spectacular OASIS...

Ray Foley, 79, started tidying up the scrub-land outside his ground-floor apartment five years ago after he and his wife Barbara, 75, moved in. Despite having no gardening experience, the retired builder planted hundreds of flowers, bushes and trees in a bid to brighten up the area.

Staff at a Chinese restaurant accidentally emailed a customer calling him...

Stunned Richard Moore, 28, emailed the noodle bar asking if he could get a special deal for a party of 12. Staff at Twin Dynasty in Gravesend, Kent, - which promises "fresh and affordable food" - replied saying no offers were available.

‘China doll’ who’s broken every bone in her body defied medics...

Brave Rebecca Dinsdale, 31, was born with brittle bone disease and doctors said she would never sit up or walk and would probably pass away before she was two. She has suffered hundreds of broken bones - some even triggered by a SNEEZE - but always used a wheelchair or walking frame to move.

Is your data door wide open?

Whilst the traditional issues of losing data would be through system failure or software malfunction, the threat can now be less of a physical problem, and one that hides online.

“Roman doesn’t have any friends” : Mum starts Facebook appeal claiming...

Distressed Molly Povey, 42, wrote an emotional plea online after her son Roman said he struggled to make pals at school. He used to cry himself to sleep at night because he has no mates and had received just one party invitation from the kids at school his whole life.

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