GDPR

Data Sovereignty in the Cloud: the Nine-Step Solution


Companies that are adopting public cloud are rightfully excited about the world of benefits this can bring to their businesses. Operating in the cloud, they can, among other things, access, share and process data in real time, across departments, with partners, across borders, and generate insights with greater flexibility and scalability than is feasible when […]

Podcast: Skating to Where the Puck is Going


Many organizations have started asking not whether they will move to the cloud, but when and what they will move to the cloud. Over the past 13 years, cloud computing was just one of the mega-trends Box placed their bets on. The content management organization also invested heavily in on-the-go mobile access for their customers, […]

[Podcast] Data Sovereignty, Security and Performance Panacea: How Mastercard Is Setting the Standard for Global Hybrid Cloud Adoption


Cloud initiatives clearly do not come in “one size fits all” packages. They vary widely in focus and complexity, from basic migration projects to extreme cases involving the strictest security and performance requirements of a global financial services giant. Mastercard completed a complicated project that illustrates the challenges cloud implementations can pose and the benefits […]

Why GDPR is Not an Infrastructure Problem


Many organizations have taken a phased approach to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to meet the May 25, 2018 deadline. They start with heavily manual processes, then continue with ongoing investments to automate more of the governance processes, as they modernize other parts of their IT environment. Where does GDPR reside? Organizations are […]