We implement the GRC cloud solution that best suits your needs. You can have us operate your GRC software on your own private cloud or choose a highly secure public cloud.
Your data will be hosted in a German data center. Alternatively, an on-premises solution, i.e. on your own system, is of course also possible. We will be happy to find out which option is best for you.
Schleupen is the reliable partner when it comes to GRC applications. That's why we offer our R2C_GRC and R2C_SECURITY applications not only on premises, i.e. installed in your system, but also in the GRC cloud.
Our GRC cloud is always online, always available and fully scalable. This allows you to use the full functionality of the R2C solutions at a low cost. Security is our top priority. This is also why all data is hosted in a German data center: Certified to ISO 27001.
By default, the following version availabilities apply:
- 1 x daily full insurance (incl.) | Storage time 14 days
- 1 x weekly full insurance (incl.) | Storage time 4 weeks
- 1 x monthly full insurance (incl.) | Storage time 3 months
- 1 x annual full insurance (commissioning) | Storage time 10 years
- Full backup & retention time according to your wishes (commissioning)
The data is backed up to disk, in some cases bookable also secured by tape. The data is stored in secure areas (separate fire compartments) of the data center.
An extensive role concept at the administrative level regulates the rights of accessing persons. This not only applies to you as a customer, but also to Schleupen employees themselves.
As a Schleupen customer, you will be informed about an update at an early stage and an individual appointment will be arranged with you.
System environment updates are standard part of the GRC cloud.
No, all licenses required for operation within the GRC cloud are part of the offer. All you need is a web browser.
We recommend for best performance: Google Chrome.
The move to the GRC cloud is usually like a regular update. After the application has been deployed to our servers, the data is imported into the application and any connections to the Exchange Server or ADFS are made.
The answer to the difference depends on the current performance of the in-house solution. However, resource planning for the GRC cloud aims to achieve consistently high performance. Therefore, it can be assumed that the performance is significantly dependent on the constitution (bandwidth, latency, art) of the existing Internet access.