GDPR with UEM
As of May 25, 2018, companies have to comply with the requirements of the new EU GDPR (European General Data Protection Regulation). Collecting, forwarding and storing personal data presents companies with new challenges. As a result, internal procedures have to be established (e.g. procedure directories), evaluated (e.g. risk analysis), and documented.
Technical and organizational measures (TOMs) have to be developed, and GDPR principles have to be implemented in companies’ IT infrastructures.
A comprehensive UEM system is an important part of the initiative to meet or achieve GDPR compliance for any company. However, compliance is usually a comprehensive process that needs to consider various components, such as technology, policies, and organizational issues. The baramundi Management Suite (bMS) is a UEM system that addresses many use cases related to the GDPR principles. The explanations in our baramundi Fact Sheet, illustrate the solutions bMS offers for the stationary and mobile infrastructure of a company.