It’s crucial that businesses operating in the US and Canada learn about why GDPR regulations apply to them. In this article, Calligo’s Sophie Chase-Borthwick explains the importance of GDPR and how it affects North American businesses, as well as three common myths surrounding GDPR that could put a business at risk.
One of the key issues is that the terminology surrounding data as a whole can be easily misunderstood and ultimately, misconstrued, putting businesses at greater risk of falling foul to the new rules. This article will uncover the subtle differences behind ‘data sovereignty’, ‘data residency’ and ‘data localisation’;
Craig Parfitt, VP of global insight services, Calligo, argues that data scientists should be deriving insights from data, not building models
Silicon Canals has named Calligo as one of 5 tech startups that take data privacy seriously and who have instilled this ethos throughout their services.
Calligo acquires Connected Technologies, making it one of the largest IT managed services providers serving the Greater Toronto Area, as well as having the largest concentration of CPA customers in the region.
Julian Box, our CEO, highlights the important distinctions between three very different terms: data sovereignty, data localization and data residency.
Sophie Chase-Borthwick, Director of Data Ethics and Privacy, shows CISOs in Financial Services how to lead data privacy as part of their security strategy, and not let it take over
Julian Box, Calligo CEO, gives his views alongside other AI experts on how the use of machine learning will evolve in 2019.
Sophie Chase-Borthwick, our director of Data Ethics & Privacy, explains how to incorporate Privacy by Design into businesses’ digital transformation ambitions.
Deployment to provide data residency assurances to Canadian and US businesses concerned about GDPR, CLOUD Act or regulator approval, and creates one of the world’s largest networks of multi-tenant Azure Stacks
Our CEO, Julian Box, was interviewed by Intelligent CIO Europe to understand more about how Calligo’s technology, supported by Cloudian HyperStore, is purpose-built for companies keen to address GDPR.
Calligo, the Channel Islands-based data optimisation and privacy specialist, has acquired Mico Systems, a Canadian specialist in outsourced IT management for small-to-medium-sized clients.
Starting a cloud strategy? Ask, fundamentally, how can the cloud and its capabilities be aligned to the requirements of the business over the next five or more years?
Meeting data regulation obligations has always been problematic, but the stakes are about to increase substantially with the advent of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The prospect of ambulance-chasing lawyers interesting themselves in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now very real.
Calligo, a leading global cloud solution provider, is excited to announce that it has purchased Canadian cloud services provider 3 Peaks Inc.
Adam Ryan, GDPR Practice Lead at Calligo, says with many organisations having an imperfect understanding of either their cloud operations or the looming regulatory requirements, more clarity is needed at all levels for any chance of success
All organisations based at least partially online and handling data across the EU must comply with the new GDPR rules yet 69 percent of UK businesses are not ready. Being unprepared is dangerous warns Dr Jamie Graves.
Companies are likely to be closed down by swinging EU penalty fines next year given the failure of the C-Suite to prepare for GDPR despite rising breaches in the retail sector.