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By Javier Fernández Blanco, Venture and finances expert.
The implementation of compliance programs in our legal entities should be a constant in a business environment, where the Good Corporate Governance and the excellent Business Management were the basic principles of whom might have bet and bet their effort and patrimony to create, in a sustainable way, wealth, employment and social utility, unequivocal objectives of every good businessman.
For several years, it exists a not so accurate tendency that confuses the entrepreneur with the businessman. Not every entrepreneur needs to demonstrate their own ...(Keep reading)
By Javier Fernández Blanco, Venture and finances expert
In Spain, according to the latest published data by INE-DIRCE, there are 1.491.765 companies with employees, from which 1.488.677 have less than 250 workers, is that to say, 99,78% of the Spanish companies are SME’s.
According to the same sources, SME’s in Spain imply almost 80% of employment, that is, nearly 4 of 5 workers are employed by a SME.
The above data are devastating and show that every measure, in any aspect, directed to companies ...(Keep reading)
Por Manuel Jesús Morales, Interoperability and Service Orientation Expert
In recent years, Interoperability has become more and more a key feature of Information Society. Both companies and governments, from local entities to international ones, are putting the emphasis on Interoperability.
Laws are enacted that push companies and public organizations to enable interoperability for the services they are providing to their citizens.
International committees and workgroups are created focused on defining reference models, that should enable companies and public administrations to reach interoperability.
But, what does Interoperability actually mean? Why is it being ...(Keep reading)
By Bernardo Ramos, IT security expert
Today we are going to talk about passwords, that unpleasant thing that we always remember when we want to access some service on the Web, that we have never been stolen, that is very safe and nobody could guess and, besides, even in that case, I would not care because I change it frequently. Because, of course, we all stick to the safety recommendations that we are reading or listening every day. Or maybe not? On the other hand, are these recommendations really justified? What is the real ...(Keep reading)
By: Pedro Robledo, BPM process management expert
Any private or public organization anywhere in the world could be caught by General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, EU Regulation 2016/679) if it processes personal data relating to EU citizens, has a European presence, or has a website offering goods or services to EU citizens. And it critically affects all personal data, changing the way that entire organizations interact with personally identifiable information. It requires changes in both security and processing as well as in the comprehensive documentation they must maintain ...(Keep reading)