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  • The Historical Centre Overijssel (HCO) is constantly changing in order to be able to serve its customers optimally. The HCO also felt the need to better align the IT environment with these changes. Using the latest possibilities in the field of IT. Compello first draw up an IT memorandum in this process that describes the current possibilities in the field of IT. During joint discussions, the optimal composition of the options was then chosen.

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  • Compello GDPR Quickscan

    Thursday 22 February

    The GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation, is active on 25 May 2018. On 27 April 2016, the EU published the final version of this legislation, which came first and foremost for the protection of private data. Private data means any data that can be linked to an individual, such as bank card data, passwords, financial data, medical and social data. The EU's primary objective with this new legislation is to give citizens greater control over their personal data. A second important objective is to further support the digital economy.

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  • Compello has implemented 700 Microsoft Surface devices at a large childcare organisation. This implementation is part of the IT roadmap drawn up by Compello. This gives employees a device that allows them to flexibly access the required applications in any location.

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  • Compello entered into a new partnership with Myler on 1 December for sourcing IT professionals and contract management. In addition, Compello is part of a group of strategic partners who through a unique network help each other to continue to innovate and stimulate growth.

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  • Login with a username and password. This happens many times a day for all kinds of different services. To remember all these passwords, password applications are often used, user names and passwords are written down or too simple passwords are used for business-critical applications. However, it would be much more practical if there were a solution that would only require the user to log in properly secured once. This can be done through identity management in combination with single sign-on.

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