Storing data in the Cloud is a trend increasingly present in companies around the world. However, companies don’t always use this tool in the best way, making mistakes that may jeopardize the security and privacy of your information. Proper use of cloud storage can have huge benefits for business, so it is essential to use the cloud in the best way possible. In today’s article, we present the best practices for storing data in the Cloud. Read More
As far as data loss is concerned, prevention is always the best solution. More than ever, business information is very valuable because it is through the data they have that companies can analyze their audience, define marketing campaigns and guide the entire business strategy. However, there are more and more threats to information security, so it is essential to devise strategies to minimize the impact in case of data loss in companies. In today’s article, we mentioned some ways to minimize the damage caused by data loss!
The new GDPR – General Regulation on Data Protection – was published on May 4, 2016 and becomes mandatory on May 25, 2018. This new regulation aims to guarantee the privacy and confidentiality of data of the citizens of the European Union. Here are some of the most important terms and their meaning, so that you can receive the new Regulation accordingly.
One of the biggest concerns of all companies is the protection of information. Never before the need to protect data was so evident. A study carried out by Forrester predicts that the global number of used smartphones will exceed 3.5 billion in 2020 and this massive use of mobile devices will boost the existence of computer attacks, compromising in large measure the privacy of each and every one. GDPR is right there and it is essential that companies are prepared to deal with the sensitive data they store and deal with every day. GDPR makes the difference between sensitive and non-sensitive data and it is important for organizations to know how to handle this data. In today’s article, we will explain what sensitive data are and we’ll give you 5 essential tips to deal with this type of information! Read More
The customer database is very important for greater efficiency of internal processes. It is also through the knowledge generated by the databases that communication and marketing strategies are defined and sales are increased. All managers recognize the importance of databases because information is an increasingly important asset in today’s business world. In today’s article, let’s talk about the best tips for managing databases! Read More
In recent years, technology has advanced a lot in terms of innovation and has completely changed the way business operates. Today it is almost impossible for corporations to sustain their business without the presence of information technology and the internet. One of the most modified aspects is related to the storage of business data and information. Read More
The volume of data created in companies is increasing and there is a great difficulty in managing and storing all the information created daily. Technology helps companies manage with this “data boom,” but it is not always easy to find the equilibrium between cost savings and increased security. In today’s article, we’ve provided you with some tips to reduce costs and increase the security of your data! Read More
Data security is increasingly important in companies, that must invest in training actions and technological equipment to ensure that their information is not lost. Never before has it been so much talked about protecting the data and this is because citizens are more informed and demanding about their privacy and also because computer threats are happening more and more. In this article, we’ll give you some tips to improve your company‘s data security!
May 25, 2018 will be very important for companies, as it is the day on which the new general data protection regulation comes into force with mandatory character. Companies need to be prepared to receive the new law accordingly; otherwise, they will be victims of the heavy fines that the new regulation contemplates. So, this is the time to answer the question: but what, after all, changes with the arrival of the GDPR?