It’s been almost one and a half year since we opened our office in Madrid, and our team has grown considerably since then. Last month, we welcomed seasoned IT specialist José Marcos Lopéz-Ríos as our new Country Manager for Spain. We’re happy to briefly introduce him to you!
As a fast-growing European company, Teamleader takes data security very seriously. This article defines what data security is about, and outlines a series of measures our Product and Engineering team has taken to ensure full security of the data our users entrust us with.
We’re very excited to announce two new hires for our executive team. Learn more about Itay Haber and Marc Zinnemers’ role and the value they’ll create for our company and our customers.
The GDPR or General Data Protection Regulation is fast approaching. On May 25th 2018, all entities that process personal data of data subjects (i.e. an identified or identifiable natural person) located in the EU will need to comply with the new legal data privacy framework. Compliance is a necessity, not a choice. Find out everything your SME needs to know about the GDPR.
Every company processes personal data. Whether you’re creating a mailing list or membership card, this is data that will be subjected to the General Data Protection Regulation. But what is the GDPR exactly? Will it change the way you do business? Which measures do you need to take? In this article, we’ll concisely and comprehensively explain what the GDPR means and how it affects small businesses.
25 May 2018 marks the day the General Data Protection Regulation will come into force. The GDPR provides better control over personal data and assures more data security across Europe. Read on to find out the biggest changes regarding your customer data management.
With the new GDPR, Teamleader acts both as a controller and processor of data. Learn what this means for you as a Teamleader user, how you can benefit from our GDPR measures and what your own responsibilities are.
In the business software industry, standing still means falling behind. That’s why we always strive to evolve. Sometimes we change small things - tweaks or bug fixes that are hardly visible to you as an end user. Other times, we change visual items that drastically impact your experience. Since 2012, however, one thing remained largely unchanged: our navigation menu. And there was room for improvement, especially in terms of usability.