Millennial workers notice more changes in technology policy and feel more protected, despite a mixed reception one year after GDPR enforcement, according to research from Snow.
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Alastair Pooley is the newly appointed CIO at Snow Software, responsible for Global IT strategy and implementation. Prior to his role at Snow, Alastair spent five years at multinational security company Sophos, where he was Vice President responsible for Global IT infrastructure, providing service to 3,300 staff globally and live services to over 100 million endpoints.
Have you given thought to how you’ll make sure your company will be able to stay compliant with GDPR even as threats and technology change? Thanks to some email commentary from Tim Jesser, director of global product marketing with Snow Software and others; here's a list of tips on how to keep moving forward with your GDPR policies and processes.
After years of speculation and two years of stark warnings, it’s finally here. Enforcement of the EU’s General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) is in effect, but according to a report from the Ponemon Institute released last month, nearly half (48%) of organisations didn’t expect to hit the May 25th deadline, or didn’t know when they would.
IT Quik gives Peter Bjorkman, CTO at Snow, a barrage of questions related to software asset management and why it is strategic to businesses, the difference between virtual desktop access and virtual desktop infrastructure, and the significance of unified endpoint management for large enterprises, among many others.