As my blog readers are aware, I’m a keen learner, reader and blogger on GDPR Compliance and Customer Relationship Management solutions with focus on Dynamics 365 CRM.
Recently, Microsoft published an interesting blog post (which I’m sure won’t be the last) about how Microsoft Cloud can help businesses accelerate their GDPR compliance. You can read it all here:
I’m particularly interested in the fact that hosting your application in a GDPR compliant Cloud, minimises your business risks to GDPR fines (up to 4% of your business revenue). This is because if you host your solutions in the Cloud, you have “outsourced” a good portion of your liability to your Cloud vendor. This obviously does not remove your business direct liability for GDPR but it removes your need to spend time, resources and money ensuring that your on-premise data centre (or server rack!) is compliant with GDPR including who can access it physically and virtually/remotely.
Microsoft Cloud has become the first Cloud Vendor (and I think the only so far) who commits to GDPR contractual commitment to all its Cloud clients.
You can read the rest of my articles on GDPR and CRM / Dynamics 365 under this section of my blog: