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Under surveillance – what the Investigatory Powers Act means for business
In this week’s Computer Weekly, the UK government has passed the Investigatory Powers Act, labelled a “snoopers’ charter” that expands the scope of state surveillance – but what does it mean for businesses? We find out what digital transformation means in the fire and rescue service. And we examine the role of public cloud in supporting enterprise storage requirements. Read the issue now.
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Despite opposition by civil liberties groups and technology companies, the UK government has passed the controversial Investigatory Powers Act, adding a host of security and contingency requirements that UK businesses need to consider
Hampshire Fire and Rescue’s CIO talks about collaborating, moving to the cloud and getting staff on board with digital transformation
We look at what’s possible when it comes to hybrid cloud, what types of data and what hybrid cloud architectures can combine on-premise and cloud storage capacity