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Three GDPR questions you should ask your UC supplier 0

There are a number of vital questions customers can raise to better understand their provider’s GDPR status. From interactive whiteboards to smart documents, the workplace is more connected than ever

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Customer complaints registers may need change due to GDPR 0

According to a new GDPR-related legislation approved by the Hungarian parliament on April 1, businesses may have to tear out parts of their customer complaints registers in case they contain

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Supporting administration, enabling GDPR compliance and improving the learning experience 0

As schools, colleges and universities attempt the tricky balancing act of cutting costs while improving service levels, more and more are discovering the benefits of deploying Fujitsu scanners in both

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Microsoft’s GDPR Compliance Under European Investigation Following Office Data Claims 0

A Microsoft spokesperson reached out to us and offered a statement about the investigation. The company does not go into detail but says it is committed to the privacy of

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GDPR Business Benefits Beyond Just Compliance 0

It’s been nearly a year since GDPR came into effect. A recent article by Cisco outlined the results of a benchmark study related to how prepared the world was for

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Common GDPR Compliance Mistakes Companies Are Making 0

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in place since May 2018 – but there are still many businesses that are confused about issues surrounding compliance. Make sure that

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GDPR vs. CCPA: Privacy Counsel Weigh In on Compliance Challenges 0

California and European privacy laws are bringing change—and stress—to in-house compliance teams. Privacy counsel discussed Thursday the differences between GDPR and CCPA, and how lawyers can approach each. Sweeping privacy

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ICO warns that the Washington Post offers invalid cookie consent under the GDPR 0

It has been reported that the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued the US-based Washington Post newspaper with a warning about how it obtains consent for cookies from website visitors.

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GDPR is leading to more second-party data deals 0

While the General Data Protection Regulation hasn’t decimated the digital advertising industry as once feared, it has accelerated demand for risk-free buying options. Contextual targeting has enjoyed a bump, as

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Don’t underestimate the importance of GDPR 0

NEARLY 90 PERCENT (86 PERCENT) OF UK OFFICE WORKERS CLAIM THEY ARE MORE LIKELY TO BE TOLD OFF FOR FORGETTING TO DO MENIAL TASKS, LIKE EMPTYING OR LOADING THE DISHWATER

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