Issue OverviewCWEurope - September 2013
Data is obviously a valuable asset to any company, but managed poorly it could also be a liability. Data in the financial sector continues to grow at a rapid pace, so getting your house in order will ensure you are not hit with any unwanted fines or receive any negative PR due to data loss. In this issue of CW Europe read how data discipline ensures you avoid data loss, as well as helping you to think clearer and to be organised. Access >>>
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European banks pull data together for business and legal compliance
by Lindsay Clark
European banks need to improve their handling of data if they are to recover from the financial crisis and comply with demanding legislation
- European banks pull data together for business and legal compliance by Lindsay Clark
IT leaders wary of the hidden costs and control of cloud
by Archana Venkatraman
A study into attitudes and concerns relating to cloud computing has revealed that 80% of CIOs are concerned about its hidden costs
- IT leaders wary of the hidden costs and control of cloud by Archana Venkatraman
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