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GDPR Compliance: Just Because You Don’t Have to Doesn’t Mean You Shouldn’t

GDPR Compliance: Just Because You Don’t Have to Doesn’t Mean You Shouldn’t

Is your company prepared for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which went into effect on May 25? Do your executives even think you need to be?  For many companies, the answers are no and no — and that’s worrying.

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How to Obtain Consent, Remain GDPR-Compliant and Not Alienate Your Customers

How to Obtain Consent, Remain GDPR-Compliant and Not Alienate Your Customers

The GDPR is in full swing for the European Union (EU), and that means more work for brands processing the data of EU citizens. But it doesn’t always mean more work regarding obtaining consent for such data processing — if you’ve already done so in a GDPR-compliant manner.

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How to Obtain Consent, Remain GDPR-Compliant and Not Alienate Your Customers

How to Obtain Consent, Remain GDPR-Compliant and Not Alienate Your Customers

The GDPR is in full swing for the European Union (EU), and that means more work for brands processing the data of EU citizens. But it doesn’t always mean more work regarding obtaining consent for such data processing — if you’ve already done so in a GDPR-compliant manner.

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Did Microsoft Just Steal Google’s Gmail Thunder? And Other Digital Workplace News

Did Microsoft Just Steal Google’s Gmail Thunder? And Other Digital Workplace News

In the same week that Mountain View, Calif.-based Google finally unveiled its new look Gmail, Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft made a bid to steal Google’s thunder by unveiling a new set of security features for Outlook.com that will make it a lot more attractive for enterprise use.

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Google Analytics Data Retention: A New Feature for Keeping Data Safe

Google Analytics Data Retention: A New Feature for Keeping Data Safe

As they assess the fallout of Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica difficulties and prepare for the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), data analytics practitioners have shifted from looking for new ways to collect and analyze data to thinking about how long data should be retained.

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