Strategic planning software can drastically improve the efficiency and success of a project. With opportunities to set out visual roadmaps, collaborate and track changes with your team in real time, keeping control of your project has never been easier.
As a valued Microsoft partner with an application built on Microsoft technology, SharpCloud were invited to participate in the Microsoft Go-To-Market Services program which is specially designed to help partners be successful on the Microsoft platform and drive awareness among potential new customers.
“SharpCloud is building on the scalability and security of Microsoft Azure to deliver enterprise-strength solutions across strategic business processes. Azure gives our customers the confidence that the SharpCloud service can scale along with their needs.” – Sarim Khan, Co-founder, SharpCloud.
The implementation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018, is expected to be a key landmark and enabler for the development of digital. Once organisations are compliant with the legislation, a significant effort in itself, the path will be clear to take big data to the next stage; further digitising daily life.
SharpCloud can help you better understand and visualise your GDPR along with the changes to be made to current privacy and data management practices. Transparency will be needed at all stages and the SharpCloud GDPR Readiness Tool, created by Chaucer Consulting, will support your business through this complex process, providing greater transparency and accountability, giving you confidence in your organisations performance and compliance.
LONDON, UK – 10th March, 2017
SharpCloud Software Ltd, a visual communication and collaboration software company, and The Chaucer Group, business transformation and programme management consultants, today announced a new partnership to meet the growing market need for data visualisation and dynamic reporting, across the Chaucer brand, focusing on their areas of expertise; Consulting, Digital & Technology, Financial Services and Life Sciences.
Gartner predicts that, “By the end of 2018, over 50% of companies affected by the GDPR will not be in full compliance with its requirements.”*
In less than 18 months, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will require global organisations to control, process and protect the personal data of EU citizens at a much higher level than they do now.
The GDPR sets strict limits on businesses that collect, use, and share data from European citizens. Companies, EU-based or otherwise, face new requirements that compel them to rethink their approaches to customer privacy and implement new protections.