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Why there is no need to fear the GDPR

Torgrim Takle, CEO at Crayon Group, says businesses that seek to optimise IT estates can get past fears surrounding the latest piece of EU legislation by using joined-up thinking, regarding software asset management and cloud...

Is Your Business Ready for GDPR? Why Not?

Not sure if you're compliant yet, you say. Well, if your organisation is in the European Union or processes the personal data of EU individuals—customers, employers or business associates, then not only does the GDPR concern you, you are...

How is Microsoft Helping Firms en route to GDPR Compliance?

Microsoft is offering new tools on Azure and Office 365 to help bring firms towards complying with the EU's regulation. The GDPR is of concern to businesses of all shapes and sizes, affecting any company wanting to do business within the...

How SMEs Can Better Prepare for GDPR Compliance

From proposal to enforcement, the GDPR timeline of events shows how the regulation has replaced the 1995 Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC) which was created to govern and regulate all businesses processing the personal data of EU...

GDPR at a Glance: Article 47 Binding Corporate Rules

GDPR Article 47: What does it mean?  Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) are one of the key elements of GDPR. BCRs are codes of conduct, that govern an organization’s personal data practices and they’re intended to cover frequent, large, and...

GDPR at a Glance: Right to Erasure (“Right to be Forgotten”)

GDPR Article 17: What does it mean?  The Right to Erasure or Right to be Forgotten is one of the most difficult articles to adhere to. Data Subjects can request that businesses (controllers and processors) delete or forget their personal...