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With the deadline for GDPR fast approaching, what can organisations do to become compliant and remain so in their future software development?

We recently ran a webinar with our partners Sonatype to explore some pragmatic solutions to the difficult problems thrown up by the upcoming change to data protection legislation.

In our previous blog post, we covered the What, Why, When, Where and Who of the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and described the steps required to become and remain compliant with this major change to privacy regulation before the looming 25 May deadline.

In this post, we are going to expand on the How part by using the analogy of a three-course meal and describe how to serve up a solution to GDPR using Atlassian's Jira Service Desk and Confluence. 

The 25 May 2018 deadline is fast approaching and time is of the essence to implement the changes required to meet the challenges of GDPR.

In this post we cover the 5Ws of GDPR (What, Why, When, Where and Who) but also cover the How of becoming compliant with the regulation.

This week at their annual US Summit conference, Atlassian have a number of important announcements. We will be covering these development  in future blog posts but this initial one is going to focus on Stride, Atlassian's very exciting new collaboration product. 

With this year’s US Atlassian Summit taking place in just a few days at the San Jose Convention Center in sunny California, the answer has to be yes!  The event takes place 12 – 14 September and once again Atlassian have jam-packed their conference schedule with enticing and inspiring sessions from industry professionals as well as news on the latest product innovations to keep your business ahead of the game.


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