Cloud Data Download Service
Cloud Data Download Service (CDDS) enables you to securely export and download your contact center data.
The exported data files are encrypted with your public encryption key and stored for 30 days, during which time you can download the files and decrypt them using your private encryption key.
After 30 days, the data files are deleted.
What types of data are exported?
Currently, Cloud Data Download Service only supports the export and download of contacts and interaction-based data sourced from Universal Contact Server (UCS). When you set up a data export job, you'll select which type of data you want to export.
- Interaction data exports contain details about interactions that were processed during the time period specified in the job settings, such as voice calls, chats, and emails.
- Contact data exports contain details about each customer, such as their name, customer ID, email address, and the date that their contact information was created or modified.
See the Export page for information about downloading, decrypting, and viewing the exported files.
CDDS requires public/private keys for the encryption and decryption of data files and a valid X.509 RSA-compliant certificate. Before you can export data, you must have a valid encryption certificate specified in your user preferences.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance
In general, Genesys support for GDPR compliance is based on default configuration settings and typical application usage. Cloud Data Download Service, like other underlying components within PureEngage Cloud, does not store sensitive information beyond 30 days. Users who download their data using this tool are responsible for GDPR compliance in regards to any data that they have downloaded.
For more information, see PureEngage Cloud Support for GDPR.
To log in to CDDS, enter your Username. You can also specify the Tenant name, but this is optional.
If you want your details to be saved for the next time you log in, select Remember me.
Enter your password and click Sign in.
Importing an encryption certificate
Before you can export data, a valid encryption certificate must be specified in your user preferences.
To add (or change) your encryption certificate, click your user name and select User preferences. Choose the certificate file you want to use and save your changes.