Software industry lobbyist the Business Software Alliance (BSA) has ranked Australia second out of 24 nations for their suitability to cloud computing, and warns that Europe’s high-ranking is under threat due to its controversial proposed data protection overhaul.
The wide-ranging document (PDF) released Wednesday covers cloud computing in the context of laws relating to security, cybercrime, intellectual property and cross-jurisdictional harmonisation efforts, ranking each nation according to its suitability for data handlers... Read Full Story >>
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