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When working with data it is important to utilize the best protocols to keep it safe. Rooted in ISO27001, our defense in depth systems address data security at multiple levels. VPNs, SSLs, PGP encryptions are standard practice in keeping your data secure. All activity is monitored and data is kept on a need-to-know basis to ensure that data cannot be seen or moved by just anyone.

9 Benefits of Outsourcing Data Entry Services for Your Business blog

9 Benefits of Outsourcing Data Entry Services for Your Business

By Business Process Outsourcing, Business Trends, Data Entry Services, Data Security, Industries

In the digital age, data is the lifeblood of businesses. Accurate, well-organized data fuels decision-making, strategic planning, and operational efficiency. However, the task of data entry can be time-consuming, labor-intensive, and prone to errors. This is where outsourcing data entry services come into play. Read More

In-House Cloud Management vs Cloud Outsourcing

In-House Cloud Management vs Cloud Outsourcing

By Business Process Outsourcing, Business Trends, Data Security

Cloud computing offers on-demand network access for a variety of different tools and resources providing businesses with increased flexibility and improved management. Businesses quickly find that an in-house IT management team becomes costly. Outsourcing companies can provide customized cloud service solutions based on the unique needs of a business whether it is just a server to view and upload documents or a fully outsourced process. Outsourcing cloud management enables the ability to provide technology solutions at a lower cost while also providing back-end IT support to meet all in-house business challenges. Read More


How Does GDPR Affect Outsourcing?

By Data Security, Business Process Outsourcing, Business Trends
As of May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was enforced to ensure that companies are protecting EU citizen’s personal data. GDPR compliance breaks down the responsibility of data management between the “Controller” and the “Processor.” The Controller determines how the personal data will be used while the Processor must be in compliance with the security of data during processing workflow and storage. As a Processor, outsourcing companies have thorough security procedures in place to ensure GDPR outsourcing compliance.

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