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More companies are incorporating the environmental impact of third-party vendors, like colocation data centres, into their own green goals.
The introduction of GDPR in 2018 had businesses scrambling to ensure that they were data compliant. As an EU regulation, Brexit has left the status of data compliance uncertain.
Information always needs to be properly captured, stored, preserved, and disclosed when required. This issue is exacerbated further in the case of cloud storage, where business records are located outside the company’s perimeter.
A cohesive cloud regulation strategy is necessary to avoid regulatory conflict, safeguard sensitive data, and protect consumers, writes Nicole Capella
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