Every business in Luxembourg has big plans for 2019 and into 2020.
You may be aiming to launch new services or deploy additional capabilities. Or to open new locations within or outside Luxembourg. You may be intending to acquire a business, or even be acquired yourself.
Whatever the ambition is, technology will be at the heart of it. Consolidation, expansion, new initiatives – they all require strategic reviews of current technology and its ongoing suitability. This will entail detailed evaluations of more than just tools and networks, but also of the most appropriate cloud platforms. All while maintaining compliance with regulators such as the CSSF.
But today, this strategic assessment is even more complicated than ever.
What about global data privacy law? Is your storage and use of data legal? Is it enough to keep it within Luxembourg? Is that even practical given your goals? How do you balance your ambition for agility, growth or innovation – and therefore the capabilities of your technology foundations – with the need to keep data secure, private and compliant?
These difficult questions will be dealt with by Mr Jason Petrucci, VP and Managing Director (EMEA) at Calligo. He will be joined in the 2nd part of the conference by Márton Fülöp, COO at Docler Holding to open the subject with regard to the GDPR, Brexit and Luxembourg capabilities and infrastructures.
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