The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming fast, it almost certainly applies to your organization, and the consequences of getting it wrong are severe.
The time to get ready is now!
GDPR will require companies to have/provide a greater understanding of where and how sensitive data is stored, transferred, and accessible and in particular how companies police and audit this data.
Upcoming GDPR Webinar
Do you want to know more?
Join us at our upcoming webinar to learn how the Storage Made Easy File Fabric can bring your company a single pane of glass for all corporate data, whether it is on cloud or on-premises. This Solution promotes a more unified productive experience for end users and to enforce a unified data security policy with full file event audit logging to track data access.
How does the Storage Made Easy File Fabric enforce GDPR in your company?
The Storage Made Easy File Fabric solution can be used by companies to help comply with the forthcoming GDPR and this white paper steps through some of the ways this can be done.
In this White Paper, sponsored by SME, and published in conjunction with Osterman Research, you’ll learn why the new GDPR is important and which ones are the essential requirements of this significant data protection safeguards that needs to be implemented by organizations.
The Storage Made Easy File Fabric is an on-premises, or privately hosted, private / hybrid software solution that does not necessitate a rip and replace of existing data solutions as it works with what a company already has. The File Fabric does not directly store any data but acts as a unification hub for data access, data sharing, and data governance.
It can be used by companies who want to keep their data behind corporate firewalls, but still with strict governance controls, and with all the flexibility of public cloud solutions, such as DropBox or Box. Additionally it can be used with public cloud solutions to provide stricter policy controls, company controlled encryption, and a single point of access and integration for corporate users.
GDPR is coming fast, it almost certainly applies to your organization, and the consequences of getting it wrong are severe.
Please, feel free to contact us to discuss further.