Tag Archives: data storage

ITAR Compliance: Data Management and What You Need to Know

ITAR Compliance: Guidelines for Companies Dealing with USML

ITAR is a set of rules that regulate your data management when your company deals with US military organizations. In this article, we are going to cover what ITAR compliance means, why you need ITAR-compliant cloud storage, and when it may be necessary for your company’s operations. Continue reading

Deduplication: File-Level and Block-Level Approaches, Specifics of Deduping Backup Data, Helpful Tips

Deduping Data and Data Storage Management

We are going to overview the concept of deduplication and review its approaches available on the market: block-level and file-level deduplication. You will also learn about backup deduplication specifics and efficiency. Continue reading

GDPR and Data Storage

Practical advice on GDPR compliant data storage

In a recent blog post, we reviewed the main terms and definitions in the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For those of you who do not yet know about these new  EU compliance regulations, please refer to our GDPR Overview.

GDPR brings several major data management requirements for all basic solutions for  businesses that deal with data of EU citizens, including businesses that do not operate in the European Union, but process or store data of any person from the EU.

In today’s article, we will focus on GDPR compliant data storage. Continue reading

GDPR Overview: Key Terms and Regulation Summary

GDPR Overview: Terms, Definitions and Regulations

Businesses based in the European Union or businesses outside the EU working with EU citizen data are currently marking their calendars for May 25, 2018. That’s when GDPR is coming.

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and it’s a relatively new business data compliance regulation. It contains a whole range of new rules that companies may need to enact for proper compliance, as there are strict fines for non-compliance. Your business may be fined up to 4% of global annual turnover for your previous financial year or 20 million, depending on the larger amount.

You might think that US-based companies are not affected by these new regulations. But, you’d be wrong. If your company processes any EU citizen data, you need to be GDPR compliant.

In this article we will provide a general GDPR overview including main terms and regulations that you should be aware of.

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