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GDPR also extends its reach and protective regulations to countries outside of the European countries, if such countries have access to personal data of EU citizens. It has become increasingly important for businesses across the world to ensure their practices are compliant with GDPR, particularly if their business involves any data being sourced from EU countries. Subsequently, all IT professionals, regardless of location, will have to understand GDPR and how this will impact the operations of the organisations they work for.
24 Mar 2021
This time last year, a Microsoft blog (5 March 2020) explained how auto-spreading malware is not the only ransomware threat that organisations and their IT teams need to worry about. Preventable...
10 Mar 2021
The chances are if you applied for a job online in the last few years, you may have encountered artificial intelligence tools. Typically, these tools aim to do things like speed up the process of...