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Are you GDPR Ready?


Are you GDPR Ready?

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How have you seen companies address all of the historical reports that have came from a database that now exist in a spreadsheet or pdf that sit on a network drive or are in an email server?
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Haven't seen anyone come up with a good way here. I think in general, a file system search (like Google/Sharepoint/MS Search), might be the way to deal with gathering information. I know some companies are looking to remove history after legal obligations, just to avoid continued risk.

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mikedostal - Monday, May 28, 2018 8:21 AM
How have you seen companies address all of the historical reports that have came from a database that now exist in a spreadsheet or pdf that sit on a network drive or are in an email server?
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Mike


In my latest role each team (non IT) were tasked with searching all their personal drive space - desktop and server - their shared drive space and emails and then simply deleting them! Ditto with personal emails, although I am not sure what happened with regard to former employees where there may be documents in any retained personal space such as their desktop.

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