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In computing, data is information that has been translated into a form that is efficient for movement or...Read More

Australian broadcaster hit by data breach

By Aaron Tan 20 Nov 2017

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation is the latest organisation to fall prey to misconfigured Amazon S3 storage buckets, exposing database backups and sensitive data such as login credentials Read More

Rethinking storage for the big data age

06 Nov 2017

In this e-guide, read about how Australian organisations are coping with the storage challenges of big data, why flash storage is still too expensive for some companies and how NetApp is evolving to keep up with ... Read More

UK Data Protection Bill vs EU General Data Protection Regulation

By Peter Ray Allison 01 Nov 2017

The UK Data Protection Bill is due to come into force this year, ahead of the EU General Data Protection Regulation in May 2018 - we look at the differences between the two Read More

APAC guide to data protection & GDPR

25 Oct 2017

Recent data breaches that have been making headlines around the world have shown that many organisations are still on the losing end when it comes to data protection. In this e-guide, learn more about what ... Read More

Government urged to improve redress for mass data breaches

By Warwick Ashford 22 Nov 2017

Open letter calls for UK government to make it easier for consumers to get compensation for mass data breaches by implementing an effective system for collective redress Read More

Druva heeds, don't just 'plonk' data into the cloud

By Adrian Bridgwater 22 Nov 2017

This is a contributed article for the Computer Weekly Developer Network written by Druva's Dave Packer in his role as VP of products and alliances marketing at the company. Druva is a data ... Read More

Data report posits post-Brexit productivity uplift

By Brian McKenna 16 Nov 2017

A report published to coincide with Big Data London 2017 finds UK organisations confident that data skills investment will engender productivity uplift, despite Brexit Read More

ICO pushes for jail terms for personal data snoops

By Warwick Ashford 16 Nov 2017

Information Commissioner’s Office says it backs prison sentences for anyone abusing their position to access personal data unlawfully Read More