CW Europe – April 2014 Edition
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CWEurope - April 2014

This edition of CW Europe looks at data protection in Europe after PRISM, asking what the new EU data protection regulation is about and how it could affect your business. CW Europe’s security editor asked industry experts their opinion how the controversial reform and how it could affect the region.   Access >>>

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    • Big data storage in the Benelux by Alea Fairchild

      Organisation in the Benelux countries are turning to big data analytics, but big data storage options can vary significantly between the lab and production environments

    • Cloud storage options in Scandinavia by Jane Ruffino

      It has never been faster or cheaper to store data in the cloud and Scandinavian businesses have taken up cloud storage with gusto

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