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Whether a business is an SAP user or not - but especially if it is - master data is crucial.
The Schrems II ruling emphasised the importance of the robust due diligence businesses must undertake before transferring personal data anywhere outside of the EEA – not just to the US.
Data security and privacy is only going to move into the consumer spotlight more over the next few years. Concerns continue to grow for consumers who hand over their personal data to the businesses they interact with and purchase goods from.
The reason why sovereignty is so important, is that it enables organisations to be innovative with their data and deliver new digital services. Historically, there has been a distinct lack of trust in the cloud, leading to a lack of innovation.
It should be clear then that data, and transport data in particular, is crucial to securing the kinds of public and private investment that will take emerging market economies from recovery, towards sustained (and sustainable) growth.
This combination can drive a business’s data culture and provide a structured approach for businesses to benefit from data intelligence across their operations, with only a few clicks.
In an increasingly hybrid world, you need a provider that can help you shift your workloads from on-prem to the cloud in a way that works for your specific needs.
To address this situation, companies can choose to store data in a more sustainable way, with a company that focuses on renewable sources of energy, sustainable practices and technology that has a proven energy consumption of around 40% less than a legacy data centre.
According to a study conducted by OwlLabs, approximately 69% of survey respondents worked remotely during the pandemic or are now working from home since.
As with many elements of today’s society, the workplace is undergoing an evolution. More and more people are opting to leave their jobs or...