Survey shows up "Document Mayhem in the UK and Ireland"
by Tom Jowitt, Techworld
Public sector computer users are more computer compliant than their private sector brethren when it comes to storing data, despite high profile disasters such as the HM Revenue & Customs losing up to 25 million personal records in the post.
That's according to a survey of more than 300 SMEs across the UK and Ireland, which found that PC users in the public sector are more set in their ways, but more staff in the private sector work on wrong or out-of-date files every week.
The survey, Document Mayhem in the UK and the Republic of Ireland was conducted by Dynamic Markets on behalf of Tower Software, and enterprise content management company. It found that 55 percent of public sector staff store computer files and email in a particular place out of habit, compared to 36 percent in the private sector...
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