"Suddenly" the European Regulation 16/679, better known as GDPR, has come into force. We all heard about it, many were ready for it well in advance, many are still working to make their organisation compliant but all, without exceptions, will be working to keep their organisations compliant over time.
GDPR isn't a box ticking exercise on some forms that can then be archived as "Job Done", compliance is a continuous process which must be part of any organisation's standard procedures involving current/future employees processing personal data and all the IT infrastructures, internal and third parties, that are processing data.
At the "Luxembourg Data Protection Days", of which Omnis Systems is a Gold Sponsor, we will present some of the platforms, many of which Open Source, that can help organisations taking back control of the data they are processing to allow them to be, not only more efficient and reduce their IT costs, but also capable of guaranteeing their customers they care about their Privacy.
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PrivacyLab is the platform that removes the guesswork from GDPR compliance. Follow the guided process, with the supervision of your DPO, and you will be able to generate your DPIA reports and standard legal notices in no time.
OnApp Enterprise Cloud, powered by Intel Cloud Blocks, allows your organisation to enjoy the same flexibility provided by third party Cloud but with a platform you control, in-house or in a data centre, with lower costs than the Public Cloud.
Kopano is the secure collaboration platform which provides you with all the services you were looking for in other Public Cloud platforms but with the peace of mind of having full control of the data in your own infrastructure.
NextCloud provides you with a secure file sharing solution which includes, among many other features, collaborative on-line editing of Office documents, instant video calls and chat to facilitate teamwork.
1CRM helps you managing your organisation and keeping in touch with your customers and suppliers in full compliance with GDPR.
Keep in mind that using Public Cloud services does not transfer all your liabilities, in case of data breach, to the data processor (Cloud provider) so you may as well evaluate tools that put you in control of the data you are processing.