As part of our iterative approach to introducing GDPR functionality, we are bringing in some new features in our next major release, scheduled to take effect in January 2018.
In this release, we are providing new reporting functionality that gives administrators more insight and control over where files and data are, and how they are being used.
Administrators can now create ‘event’ reports for files, folders and public links – these new reports will allow administrators to see the actions that end users in their company have taken, such as uploading a new file, downloading, renaming and copying files, and moving files to different folders.
This allows administrators to see exactly where their data is, and who has been creating, amending and consuming it – helping companies comply with GDPR.
- Introduction to GDPR features
- File and Folder events
- Public link events
- Existing GDPR functionality
We hope you find this helpful – have fun watching!
Thomas Jørgen Jacobsen
Head of Marketing, RushFiles
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