But does the online service agreement contain a sny addition of data processor? Because, as I perceive, we need a signed DPA, because Microsoft processes the personal data of our employees when we use Office 365. That`s right? All resources related to GDPR compliance are available here: www.microsoft.com/en-us/trustcenter/privacy/gdpr/resources. The page www.microsoft.com/en-us/trust-center/privacy only to the same licensing documentation page that does not contain the requirements. Microsoft Support Contact: support.microsoft.com/en-us. Microsoft extends the terms of the GDPR to all customers of generally available enterprise software products, those of us or our affiliates in microsoft`s license terms with effect from 25 May The license was granted on May 1, 2018, regardless of the applicable version of the company`s software, to the extent that Microsoft is a processor or processor of personal data associated with that software. and as long as Microsoft continues to offer or support the release. Support details can be found in the Microsoft Lifecyle policy under support.microsoft.com/lifecycle. I have found information on MS websites that such an agreement exists. Although I need it in Polish, it would be a good start to have it in English GDPR requires a contract between each manager and processor when personal data is transmitted. This means that either Microsoft is required to sign its customer`s processor agreement, or if Microsoft offers a product or service to the customer, Microsoft may write the agreement. The GDPR also requires a subcontractor (Microsoft) not to accept the personal data of a controller in the absence of a contract and informs the controller accordingly.
So the question is, where is the subcontractor endorsement for the GDPR? It`s certainly not on the resource side of the GDPR. SalesForce has one. Oracle has released one. AWS has released one. I am looking for a data processing agreement, since we use Office 365 and we are in Sweden. May 25: e The new GDPR comes into force and by then we must have an agreement signed with Microsoft. Well, have you contacted support? support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/28808/microsoft-store-contact-support Yes. The GDPR requires that managers (e.g. B organizations and developers who use Microsoft`s online services for business) are only subcontractors (e.g.B.
Microsoft) that process personal data on behalf of the controller and offer sufficient safeguards to meet the essential requirements of the GDPR. Microsoft has taken proactive steps to make these obligations available to all enterprise online customers under their subscription agreements and to volume licensing customers under their enterprise agreements. Customers of other generally available enterprise software, licensed by Microsoft or our affiliates, also enjoy the benefits of Microsoft`s GDPR obligations, as described in this notice, to the extent that the software processes personal data. To prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), please consult the resources available under www.microsoft.com/gdpr. To do this, see FAQ. Can someone help me and tell me where to download or get this agreement? You can find Microsoft`s contractual obligations regarding the GDPR in the Data Protection Online Services Addendum, which lists Microsoft`s privacy obligations, data processing terms, and GDPR terms for Microsoft-hosted services that subscribe to customers under a volume licensing agreement. . . .
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