by Tassos Koutlas, UK Technical Director
Higher education is changing rapidly and is affected by changes to technology. Universities are competing for students globally, and everyone has more options than ever before.
In a month, GDPR will be automatically enforced as a law in all EU member states. Though many organizations have yet to kick start a compliance project, any entity that is seriously interested in conducting business in the EU should focus on making ready.
Is your organization prepared to comply with the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation? If you're worried about preparing for GDPR, or not sure where to begin, download the new eBook from FFW, How to Prepare for GDPR.
I’ve heard many times that teams struggle with their delivery processes. With agile methodologies like Kanban or Scrum, teams can really optimise their delivery in terms of time and budget, but many still find themselves delivering systems that no one wants to use.
In 2016, the European Union (EU) approved its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to protect European citizens’ data. As a regulation, the GDPR does not require the implementation of legislation, and will immediately become an applicable law as of the 25th of May, 2018.
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