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Live today When the bell tolls, you really want to be sure that you can find the relevant documents and emails you need to support your case. For most of us, that bell rarely tolls and we live in hope that the ad-hoc measures we’ve cobbled together will see us through when it does. For others that bell doesn’t just toll, it’s like Tinnitus. And it’s thanks to compliance and regulation.

Reg reader, Stuart Walters, the IT Director of international law firm Taylor Wessing, has not only learned to live with the metaphorical Tinittus, he embraces it. His and his firms reputations and livelihoods depend on it

Live today 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 at how all of us – not just those forced by compliance - can solve archiving challenges.

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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