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What Are The Benefits of Business Integration?

Business integration has become an essential aspect of operating and managing any successful organization. Although most businesses utilize multiple different digital systems and software applications to automate and streamline various business processes, keeping track of these different technology platforms can be confusing and tedious.

The benefits that automation software can bring are often outweighed by the time businesses invest in monitoring and maintaining these systems. Studies show that 67% of enterprises rely on data integration to support their organizational analytics and business integration platforms. Integrating your business processes has a wide variety of potential benefits that your organization should take advantage of.

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What is RBAC and Why Does it Matter?

The role of an employee in any organization has a huge underlying motive. That role determines the authority an individual holds, the access it has to high-security or confidential information, and even operating high-level tasks. The lower-level employees certainly have some or other restrictions. So, what is the reason behind maintaining such ‘balance’ in the organization’s architecture? Is it that crucial?

YES! A big yes, indeed. Limiting access is most important for any organization as it often comes difficult to monitor the network access efficiently owing to a large number of employees, contractors, and third parties like customers and vendors. In a role-based model- responsibility, authorization, and job competency defines the amount of access to the resources.

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Does your CRM comply with EU law?

On August 14th 2020, The Privacy Collective filed a class action lawsuit against Salesforce and Oracle in the UK and the Netherlands for the use of third party tracking technologies such as cookies, in breach of EU rules under the General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679) and the ePrivacy Directive (2002/58/EC). The cases (if successful) would be the largest class action cases ever in the UK and the Netherlands (expected to hit 10 Billion Euros in damages), to date and the first such class action cases under these laws.

The main basis for the claims stems from a judgment by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in October 2019 often referred to as the Planet49 case (Case C-673/17) in which the Court clarified that the use of tracking technologies online is only lawful if opt-in consent has been obtained prior to the use of such technologies; which according to The Privacy Collective, is not the case in relation to Salesforce’s use of such technologies. Read more