Security & EU servers in

It’s more and more important to have high security when working in the cloud. We are sharing and storing more of our work in the cloud. How does this affect your security and GDPR? Where are your customers located in the world? If some of them are in the EU and you use This free webinar is for you.

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Omnitas and take security very seriously. If you are getting a enterprise account, you now can choose if you want your servers in the US or in the EU. This webinar will help you make that decision and have a chance to ask your questions. 

If you already have a account and want to move it to an EU server, this can be complicated. We at Omnitas have built a workflow for you. 

The default data region for is in the US for all accounts. So if you’re wondering where your data is stored, it’s most likely in the US.

Security is in’s DNA are committed to keeping their customers’ data secure. Omnitas and are aligned with the strictest security measures available on the market, so you can stay assured that your data is kept safe. manages data of more than 100,000 organizations around the world. They understand that customers expect them to protect user data with the highest standards, and are committed to providing a highly secure and reliable environment.

What is GDPR, simplified?

GDPR is the world’s strongest set of data protection rules, which restricts how people can access information about others and places limits on what organizations can do with your personal data. At the core of GDPR is personal data. This is information that allows a living person to be directly, or indirectly, identified from data that’s available. 

This can be information such as a person’s name, location data, or a clear online username, or it can be something that may be less apparent: IP addresses and cookie identifiers can be considered as personal data.

Where is your client base, need an EU server?

With all the restrictions and rules, it is hard for an individual to know it all. Don’t want to ask a lawyer all the time or worry if you are compliant? Moving your servers into the EU will help you to become GDPR-compliant. One of the big issues is moving personal data out of the EU. With a server in the EU, you will have one less thing to think about.   

Join us in a talk about security in and where to place your servers. 

Talking points:

  • Privacy, permissions, and security
  • Advanced account permissions
  • Closed Workspaces 
  • How do you comply to GDPR
  • In what way does EU data residency make your life easier
  • How do you migrate from US to EU servers?

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