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How data-driven companies can navigate the global web of privacy regulations
The pressure businesses face to remain competitive and adopt a data-first strategy to drive improved experiences and products has never been greater, writes Julien Alteirac, Area Vice President UK&I and Benelux at Snowflake.
Updated October 11, 2023 / Original October 11, 2023
Area Vice President UK&I and Benelux, Snowflake
October 11, 2023 | 12:41 AM BST
The pressure businesses face to remain competitive and adopt a data-first strategy to drive improved experiences and products has never been greater. Nimble start-up competitors, legacy infrastructure, and increased governing bodies and regulations are all challenging the enterprise world on the secure access of data. With more regulatory measures in place than ever before, organisations need to remain compliant and ensure they safeguard customer data.
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