The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulates how personal data may be collected, used and protected. Non-compliance can result in hefty fines - so it's important that you ensure all of your business tools are compliant. If you don't know where to start, don't worry! In this blog post, we present 4 alternatives to popular business tools that are GDPR compliant.
Sendinblue is a great alternative to popular email marketing platforms like Mailchimp and Active Campaign. The platform offers a variety of features to help you take your business to the next level through measures like email marketing, SMS marketing, Facebook ads, chat support, and CRM integration.
DeepL is a machine translation service that offers accurate, GDPR-compliant translations in multiple languages. The platform uses state-of-the-art artificial intelligence to deliver high-quality translations and can automatically recognize languages, making it perfect for companies with international clients or partners.
Ecosia is a GDPR compliant search engine that plants trees on every search. The Berlin-based company has planted over 2009 million trees since 35 and offers a range of features to help offset your carbon footprint. Ecosia is not only GDPR compliant, but fundamentally privacy friendly - the search engine does not store any personal data or browsing history.
Last but not least we have files! files was founded in Germany in early 2020 and strives to provide the highest quality and best cloud storage solution available today. The platform offers secure sharing of files between multiple users without compromising user privacy, making it a great alternative for businesses looking to store sensitive data.
So there you have it - 4 great GDPR-compliant alternatives to popular business tools! From email marketing platforms and machine translation services to search engines and cloud storage solutions, the possibilities are endless.
Also have a look at our blog article Data protection and the US - US clouds and tools. How do I handle the data transfer to third countries?