EU GDPR – is it relevant to Australian companies?

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from the European Union (EU) imposes new rules on organisations that offer goods and services to the people in the EU, or collects and analyses data tied to EU residents, no matter where the organisations or the data processing is located. GDPR comes into force in May 2018.
If your customers reside in the EU, whether you have a presence in the EU or not, then GDPR applies to you.… [Keep reading] “EU GDPR – is it relevant to Australian companies?”

Windows Information Protection – enabling BYO

Windows 7 has entered the extended support phase of its lifecycle.  What’s this mean? Well Microsoft won’t end security updates for your Windows 7 PC ‘s until the 14th of January 2020, so security should be covered.  However, feature updates (bug fixes), free phone and online support have already ended.  At the same time as Windows 7 leaves extended support Office 365 connection policies are changing to only allow Office clients in mainstream support to connect (that will be Microsoft Office 2016 or later and Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus)[i]. … [Keep reading] “Windows Information Protection – enabling BYO”