The GDPR will take effect on May 25th, 2018, and that means every company with customers, vendors and partners in must ensure that the way they store, manage and work with personal data complies with the new regulation. This marks a huge change in the way organizations across the globe approach data privacy, and while many of them consider it an obstacle, we at Box see it as a chance to create positive outcomes for your business.
So where does your organization start? In our eBook, we’ll take you through the steps your business must take to become GDPR-ready. We’ll also share how Cloud Content Management helps customers solve for their governance, compliance and data residency needs. Because organizations across the globe can take this opportunity to get their data management in order and gain a competitive advantage along the way.
The world is awash with comments about the GDPR and almost every single one of them focuses on the negative. In this paper, we will look at what the GDPR is, together with how it is likely to be interpreted when it comes into effect in 2018. We’ll try to avoid jargon or at least explain that jargon when its use is unavoidable. We’ll also outline the salient points, the challenges and the solutions.
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