In the USA, there are a lot of things dominating the news cycles nowadays, but unfortunately for those in the enterprise technology management space, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is not one of them. And while GDPR has been front-page news in the EU for months, becoming effective May 25 2018 across the entire EU, very few American companies and more specifically, American TEM companies, really understand what it is, if it applies to them, or the potential impact to their business and operations.
Industry Association TEMIA Will Gather More than 48 Companies and 70 Registrants to Discuss Ways that Automation Will Disrupt the Market in Positive Negative and Unexpected Ways. Ezwim will particiapte in the event on April 2-4 in Nashville. Present will be David Sonenstein, Executive Director of Ezwim, who is also part of the TEMIA board.
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As a client, you have a right to ask any vendor that processes your data this question: “How will you comply with GDPR rules”? Then the vendor must answer in a straightforward way.
As part of your telecom expense management you process multi types of personal identifiable data, such as contact details, call details and human resource information. That GDPR has impact on Telecom Expense Management we already described in our earlier blog GDPR impact on Telecom Expense Management. But how do you prepare yourself?
From May 2018, the European Union General Data Protection Regulation shall come into effect. From that moment, all personal identifiable data of subjects of the European Union needs to be very well protected. For Expense Management also some principles need to be considered.