Tag Archives: //SEIBERT/MEDIA

Confluence, Data protection & GDPR: Adapting Terms of Use and configuring user visibility

Since the GDPR, data protection has gained a great deal of importance. It affects all customer and user data, including data that converges in an extranet where customers, interested parties, partners, etc. communication and collaborate. The Terms of Use for Confluence and Space Privacy – Extranet for Confluence apps provide solutions to the new challenges surrounding data protection for Confluence-based extranet systems.

//SEIBERT/MEDIA and StepShot are now partners!

Every company – no matter how flat, agile and streamlined it is – has many digital processes and workflows. And organizations that use Confluence usually have the goal to record knowledge in one location within the company. StepShot helps teams capture information quickly and easily with their Step-by-Step Guides Creator, an all-in-one software documentation solution integrated into Confluence. Now StepShot and //SEIBERT/MEDIA have entered into an exciting partnership.

Results from the first EU-U.S. Privacy Shield review: Positive, but there is room for improvement

In my previous blog post titled Google joins the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, I outlined the background of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Agreement (hereinafter referred to as the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield), which entered into force on August 1, 2016. In this post, I’ll take a look at the outcomes from the European Commission’s first annual review of the implementation of the EU-US Privacy Shield.

App Center for Confluence: Controlling the visibility of apps for different user groups

App Center for Confluence

App Center is a Confluence app and also a part of the social intranet suite developed by us – Linchpin – which allows users to access the applications, tools and resources they frequently need for their daily work from within Confluence – for example, time tracking, other Atlassian tools, online applications, websites and so on. Now, administrators can configure the visibility of all apps in the selection dialog.

Google and the European Privacy Policy: Google joins the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield

When we talk to customers and prospects about enterprise software in the cloud – such as Google G Suite – we often encounter reservations about privacy and data security. Do US companies such as Google, Microsoft & Co. really maintain the high standards that are legally binding in Germany and the EU? Attorney Wikey Chada takes a look at the facts.