The case for a European cloud market
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Computer Weekly - 10 June 2014

In this week’s Computer Weekly, the European Commission wants to create a digital single market in Europe based on industry standard clouds – but is the plan realistic? Network encryption promises to solve many IT security threats – we examine the benefits. And our latest buyer’s guide looks at business process management. Read the issue now.   Access >>>

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  • News
    • CIO interview: Brad Dowden, Adecco by Karl Flinders

      The UK operation of global recruitment company Adecco has transformed its IT infrastructure to make it more agile in the face of increasing competition from small firms

    • Information security as a business enabler by Wayne Pownall, Grafton Group

      It is good to see industry recognising that a shift has taken place in information security, understanding that it has become a vital enabler within any business

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