Building Resiliency During and After a Pandemic
The Story Behind The Rebrand Part 2

The Story Behind The Rebrand Part 2

April 29, 2021

Following on from the story of the Iron Mountain rebranding, our host Sue Trombley, Managing Director of Thought Leadership is joined by András Szakonyi, Iron Mountain’s Senior Vice President of EMEA business to share more about what it means for the customers, employees and overall business in Europe, Middle East and Africa; and how it reflects Iron Mountain of 2021 and beyond.

Make Time To Rethink Your Rim Awareness

Make Time To Rethink Your Rim Awareness

March 17, 2021
For so many of us, disruption caused by the pandemic has forced us to rethink how we do so many activities that were everyday “normal”. During RIM Awareness month, we are encouraging organizations to rethink their approach to Records and Information Management (RIM) and Information Governance (IG) - to take those disciplines and activities to a new dimension that aligns with our collective digital destiny.

In this short podcast our host Sue Trombley, Managing Director of Thought Leadership is joined by Iron Mountain’s Arlette Walls, Global Records and Information Manager to share a few tips for rethinking your RIM Awareness activities to meet the needs of a changed world.

The Story Behind The Rebrand Part 1

The Story Behind The Rebrand Part 1

March 17, 2021
It’s been 30 years since Iron Mountain last made changes to its brand and we want to learn more about it!

 
In this short podcast our host Sue Trombley, Managing Director of Thought Leadership is joined by Iron Mountain’s Vice President of Marketing & Communications, Gonzalo Condes De Bethencourt, to talk about the story behind the new logo, tagline and narrative, as well as his personal highlights and learnings from this monumental project.

 
Where do we go from here? Technology-driven future of working

Where do we go from here? Technology-driven future of working

November 24, 2020
2020 has been an unusual year and one full of lessons learnt. Technology has been a close companion on this turbulent journey but what can we expect from the future? 

In this podcast, we talk to our CTO, Kim Anstett, and Google’s Purvi Trivedi about the role of technology and innovation in the “next normal” flexible working culture. The speakers will discuss technology trends and changes that we’re likely to see next year, as well as share what both organisations have been doing to accelerate on their own digital transformation journey. Hosted by Sue Trombley. 

Ctrl + Alt + Repeat: Why the COVID-driven digital acceleration could be short-lived

Ctrl + Alt + Repeat: Why the COVID-driven digital acceleration could be short-lived

November 16, 2020
COVID-19 and the need to enable remote operations has forced business to fast-track digital transformation initiatives. But new research suggests businesses are relying on an ‘off-the-shelf, quick fix’ approach to digitization that will see many revert to analogue processes post-pandemic.

In this podcast, veteran Computer Weekly editor Brian McKenna, along with Stuart Bernhard and Phil Shepley from Iron Mountain, discuss the dramatic digitization trends driven by COVID-19, and how business leaders can ensure transformation delivers long-term benefits for their organisation.

No Choice but to Change: Remote People and Information Management

No Choice but to Change: Remote People and Information Management

August 24, 2020

Managing change is a challenge in the best of times, but now, even managing change has changed. This year has turned everything upside down -  the way we work, communicate, operate, access and share information, and think about the future of business. 

 

Change really focuses on three elements - people, process and technology. In this 30 minute discussion, we will focus specifically on the people side. Our speakers, Jenny Baynes, a Smarter Working business Change Lead at the Cabinet Office, and Wayne Rogers, Vice President, Global Safety, Risk & Security, at Iron Mountain, will share their best practices on remote people management and data-driven decision making.

Operational Resilience: A Business Strategy in and out of Crisis

Operational Resilience: A Business Strategy in and out of Crisis

August 24, 2020

For years businesses have been focusing on efficiency but the recent global crisis has proven that resilience is where we should focus.The COVID-19 pandemic has created a need to shift perceptions on developing business strategy, and uncovered gaps and imperfections in current resiliency plans. How can we be prepared for the potential second wave and other crises in the future? What new regulations could impose resilience-thinking? Can operational resilience help with managing risk? And what immediate steps can an organisation take to become more resilient and return safely to the office?

 

In this 30 minute discussion Sue Trombley tackles these questions with our EMEA business leaders - Phil Shepley and John Wegman. They will share their insights, best practice and actionable tips to take into your next planning meeting.

Rules for Keeping COVID-19 Records and Data for the Life of Crisis

Rules for Keeping COVID-19 Records and Data for the Life of Crisis

July 7, 2020

In part two of our conversation on managing and protecting COVID-19 data, our host Sue Trombley, talks with Iron Mountain's Kelly Matoney about a potential new retention rule that would require keeping COVID-19 records and data for the life of crisis.  Kelly also talks about the various guidance that federal agencies have provided around what to do and how to do it when it comes to disclosing and safeguarding personal data during a pandemic outbreak. 

Privacy Considerations When Collecting Personal COVID Data

Privacy Considerations When Collecting Personal COVID Data

July 7, 2020

In part one of our interview on privacy considerations for managing COVID data,  our host Sue Trombley, Managing Director of Thought Leadership at Iron Mountain talks to Kelly Matoney, Principal, Information Governance & Digital Solutions Professional Service at Iron Mountain, about what businesses need to understand in regards to their legal obligations and risk when collecting personal COVID data.

Record keeping changes during a pandemic (Part 3)

Record keeping changes during a pandemic (Part 3)

June 19, 2020

What are the new types of data and records organizations will need to collect during this pandemic? How will they manage this information? Will we still be using paper records or will technology manage this information for us? Listen to the final installment in our three-part interview with Sarah Abrams, Senior Vice President of Global Real Estate for Iron Mountain on managing records during a pandemic.

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