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Digital Sovereignty

Defining who has the power to store, move, and access data in a digital world. ​ ​

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Adapting to a challenging digital landscape

In a rapidly growing digital economy, the question for many businesses and organisations today is: how do we continue to work collaboratively, to grow and to innovate, within a global digital marketplace while complying with new and evolving regulations? ​

The challenge of where to store data and how to move it from one place to another securely – particularly across borders – has become increasingly critical over the last ten years. As a response, many countries and industries have already established new regulations that require companies to store, process, and manage data safely and responsibly in line with domestic law.

This is digital sovereignty. It defines the capability of a state to regulate and exercise control over the technology and services in use there, keeping sensitive data secure and enabling businesses, organisations, and individuals to enjoy greater autonomy over their digital assets and data. Solutions are evolving too, and – as an answer to new sovereign policies – new and dynamic cloud services are balancing collaboration with compliance, bringing together insight, innovation, growth, and security. ​

Wenche Karlstad

Head of Digital Sovereignty Initiatives

Cloud-based sovereign solutions

Plug into simplicity 

Cloud-based sovereign solutions allow businesses to keep up to date and on top of data regulation, driving improved efficiencies, creating new opportunities for innovation, and providing the competitive advantage companies need to succeed in a rapidly changing digital economy.

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Digital sovereignty: local governance, global reach

Data needs to meet a set of three criteria to ensure that it is sovereign and secure.

Data is stored on servers that are physically situated inside the country of origin, as defined by regulations.

Data residency

Data is stored on servers that are physically situated inside the country of origin, as defined by regulations.

Data is in compliance with privacy and integrity laws defined by the country of origin.

Data sovereignty 

Data is in compliance with privacy and integrity laws defined by the country of origin.

Data is under the control of the laws of the country of origin and not by any other country or jurisdiction.

Jurisdictional control 

Data is under the control of the laws of the country of origin and not by any other country or jurisdiction.

In the spotlight

Gartner identified Tietoevry as an Example Regional Cloud Provider in Europe for its Sovereign Cloud Solution

Tietoevry is identified as an Example Regional Cloud Provider in Europe for its Sovereign Cloud Solution according to Gartner Market guide.

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Data sovereignty and opportunities in the data economy

The amount of data we surround ourselves with is massive, and it’s growing all the time. Read this blog to understand the opportunities.

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Tietoevry joins the Gaia-X association to enhance digital sovereignty in Europe

Tietoevry has become a member of Gaia-X, a European initiative aimed at creating a unified ecosystem of Governed cloud and data services.

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Tietoevry joined lighthouse project for European cloud infrastructure

Tietoevry has become a member of the Structura-X-project that will enhance Europe's digital sovereignty for cloud infrastructure

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Building a better future through the digital economy

Digital technology holds the keys to solving global environmental challenges and security risks, but the concentration of power in the data economy outside of Europe also increases threats. A sustainable future is created with sovereign, responsible and safe digitality, in which the Nordic countries are pioneers. Watch the interview with Alberto Valero, Head of Technology & Growth at Tietoevry Connect.

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What is your need?

Sovereign Cloud

Ensure your data is protected and kept sovereign with a trusted, cloud infrastructure and data platform provider. - Advisory services – data, compliance and cloud​ - Assessments – data classifications and management, applications and cloud​ - Migration services – multi cloud approach​

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Tietoevry Compliant Collaboration service

Compliant Collaboration is an effective platform for digital collaboration with chat, remote meetings and document management that simplifies collaboration both internally and with external organizations. The services are delivered from local data centers and with European staff. Personal data is protected in accordance with current legislation without risk of transfer to third countries.

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