GDPR Consent Explained

Under the General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ), consent is one of the six legal bases for the lawful processing of personal data. Article 4 of the GDPR defines consent of the data subject...



GDPR Right To Be Forgotten Explained

The “right to be forgotten”, or right to erasure, is the right afforded to data subjects to demand the erasure of their personal data, and organisations are obligated to take reasonable...

Geospatial Data Explained

Geospatial data is where information about a physical object’s location on Earth is determined using numerical coordinates. It is a subset of spatial data and comes in a number of formats. It...

Geospatial Data Explained

What is Geospatial Data? Geospatial Data Explained. As the name suggests, geospatial data refers to data that has a geographic or locational component to it. This geospatial...

Graph Database Explained

A graph database is a type of database that prioritises the relationships between data points and presents them in an easy-to-understand way. Graph databases store data in the form of nodes and...

Hacktivists Explained

There are many types of cybercriminals today. While most cyber criminals are looking to steal data and information for a profit, hacktivists hack for politically or socially motivated purposes. Seen...

Hadoop Performance

Hadoop is most commonly used as a platform for Big Data Analytics, as its ability to split files and distribute them across nodes in random clusters makes it superior in storing and processing...

HCI Tax Explained

Hyperconverged Infrastructure of HCI refers to a software defined approach to managing the three major components of a Datacentre.   Compute, Network and Storage are tightly...

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