Ensuring the efficient circulation of information and that the data are adequately protected are among the seven key considerations in the development of ‘cloud computing’ services as identified by the Business Software Alliance (BSA) in a study, published on 22 February (1). The study comes just weeks after the European Commission’s presentation of its proposed directive on data protection (26 January), and most significantly a few months before the eagerly-awaited publication of the EU's ‘cloud computing strategy’... Read Full Story >>
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