Companies must pay more attention to data management before the GDPR

Tom Allen
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IT leaders hope that knowing where data is stored will mitigate fines
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IT leaders hope that knowing where data is stored will mitigate fines

Whether multinational or SMB, all organisations must be aware of where ALL instances of personal data are stored in their infrastructure

Data management is one of the top concerns that IT leaders have about the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation, according to a research whitepaper published by Computing. The ability to track...

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