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6 ways Europe’s new data protection rules can impact US businesses — Part 2

G, D, P, R, keys from keyboard sitting on top of CPU.In my last post, I listed two of the six ways the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) can affect even non-EU enterprises—by …

  1. Reaching beyond the EU; and
  2. Redefining personal and sensitive data.Here are four more reasons you can’t afford to ignore GDPR:
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6 ways Europe’s new data protection rules can impact US businesses — Part 1

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I’m here to ping you about GDPR.

That’s the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation — due to take effect on May 25. If this sounds like just another set of data privacy rules that someone else, not you, has to worry about — don’t be fooled.
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Cloud Computing best practice: Understand available Cloud capabilities

Various cloud icons - cloud in center surrounded by monitors, laptops, etc

I’ve posted before about Cloud computing best practices, and I’m doing it again now (and for the next several posts) for a couple of reasons:

  1. Cloud computing continues to (quickly) evolve, and while some Cloud best practices stay more or less constant, others must be adapted to keep pace,
  2. Cloud success depends on adhering to best practices — so there’s no such thing as talking too much about them or the order in which they should be applied.

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