The California Consumer privacy Act (CCPA) was passed last year (2018) with an effective date of January 1, 2020 – assuming no federal actions (check out the blog titled “Will the New California Consumer Privacy Act Stand?” for potential federal actions.)
Over the years I’ve written a lot about the benefits of enterprise file consolidation, i.e., storing and managing unstructured data in a common repository. In fact, most companies still have data spread around the enterprise in distinct stand-alone data silos (usually unmanaged at the file level) including custodian computers, removable media, personal cloud accounts, file systems, email systems, and SharePoint servers (to name just a few). Companies run the risk of experiencing eDiscovery and regulatory issues, the inability to run effective data analytics processes, and lower employee productivity.
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I am pleased to announce that Archive360 has made it past Round 1 and is moving on to Round 2 of the Big50-2017. To make it past the first round, the Big50-2017 judges evaluated Archive360 on criteria that ranged from exploring the challenges we help our customers to overcome and the IT and business goals we help them to achieve – to drilling down into how we actually do it. We were excited to make it onto the Round 1 roster!! Then, the next step was for actual end customers and our fellow vendors to vote.