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Brexit and IT Security: What the Experts Are Saying

Posted on July 27, 2016 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

On June 23rd, voters in Britain went to the polls and voted to leave the European Union.

While the exact timescales and details are still waiting to be confirmed amid the political machinations, it’s clear that this was a decision that will have huge ramifications for businesses in the UK and across the world.

We’ve collated the views of tech specialists to predict what this means for IT security and business file sharing.

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4 Reasons Why Maytech Use Local Data Centres Across the World

Posted on May 28, 2016 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

We offer secure file transfer and online data storage platforms across the world and can help control your file sharing from practically anywhere.

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Maytech Launches Its US West Coast Data Centre

Posted on June 09, 2015 by Georgina Park |Leave a comment|

At Maytech we’re always striving to provide you with globally fast file transfers. That’s why we have multiple global hubs – to ensure you’re file sharing is fast – from anywhere. On signup, customers select a service hub and data is never transferred or replicated outside the chosen hub.

This policy ensures cloud data residency and compliance with local and international regulations.

The latest addition to our collection of global hubs is the West coast of America. This means that we now have hubs in:

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Data Residency: What Are the Differences Between EU Or US?

Posted on June 08, 2015 by Georgina Park |Leave a comment|

IT professionals must consider data protection to secure their sensitive data that is now being processed and stored outside of their control in a cloud environment. Privacy and data security management laws in different countries can differ considerably.


A recent survey by NTT Communications produced the following observations:

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EU and US on Collision Course Over Data Privacy

Posted on May 21, 2015 by Georgina Park |Leave a comment|

The European Union is collating a new data privacy regime that could change the business landscape in Europe – particularly for US companies.

After the Snowden disclosures revealed the extent to which American companies collected the personal data of customers, new legislation is being mooted to unite all EU countries with legislation that requires Europeans to explicitly agree to the collection of their information.

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Staying on the Right Side of Data Residency in a Globalised World

Posted on May 16, 2015 by Georgina Park |Leave a comment|

It’s a quirk of the globalised, constantly-connected world that data residency is still of utmost importance to businesses and governments. Although data can be viewed and transmitted across continents and from hard-to-reach locations, there are numerous laws that dictate where this information can actually be stored.

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Saudi Arabia, ICT and the Cloud

Posted on January 14, 2015 by Georgina Park |Leave a comment|

Saudi Arabia and, in fact, the whole UAE are rapidly developing nations thanks to the oil shock of 1973 which launched the nation ahead in terms of global importance. In the G20 Summit in November 2014, Saudi Arabia announced a plan that is designed to deepen and accelerate the pace of economic diversification within the state.

One of the ways that it has been suggested that this can be done is by expanding the IT and Big Data available in Saudi Arabia.

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