Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 30 July 2013
In this week’s Computer Weekly, as more data breaches come from inside an organisation, we examine how to get the right balance between information security and employees’ rights to privacy. Tech City CEO Joanna Shields talks about the opportunity for CIOs from working with startups. Our buyer’s guide to data management explains how one major utility firm improved information sharing. And we look at how mobile technology and wireless networking is helping improve patient care in the NHS. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Anglian Water opens floodgates for external data
by Arif Mohamed
The water company has overhauled its data systems to efficiently manage and share information to benefit staff, customers, partners and regulators
- Anglian Water opens floodgates for external data by Arif Mohamed
Insider threat: Balancing security with privacy
by Warwick Ashford
How can organisations increase security without affecting productivity or encroaching on employees’ right to privacy?
- Insider threat: Balancing security with privacy by Warwick Ashford
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