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There aren’t many business that don’t need archives of their files and emails that their employees can reach with ease. But certainly, it can be of more strategic importance for some than others.

Reg reader, Stuart Walters, falls into the latter camp. He’s the IT Director of international law firm Taylor Wessing - a place where archiving is never an after thought.

On the 6th of December, at 13:00 GMT, Stuart is in our studio to tell us how he built his interactive archive and the benefit he and the firm get from it.

He’ll be joined by The Registers’ own Tim Phillips, Tony Lock from analysts Freeform Dynamics and Orlando Scott-Cowley from Mimecast. Between the four of them they’ll be running through Stuarts project and looking more broadly at how you solve archiving challenges, including actually getting these projects funded.

If that sounds like your bag you can join us from the comfort of your own desk by registering, for free, right here.

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