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Ranking 24 Nations by Cloud Policy

CIO, February 22, 2012

Kenneth Corbin

CIO— In IT circles, the move to the cloud may have become a broadly acknowledged inevitability, but the legal and regulatory frameworks surrounding cloud computing in developed and emerging nations remain a highly unsettled proposition, according to a new study from a leading software trade association.

The Business Software Alliance surveyed the policies in 24 countries estimated to account for 80 percent of the global information and communications technology market, finding significant disparities and ominous signs of digital protectionism that could chill the global expansion of cloud services... Read Full Story >>

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