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  • June 04, 2020 04 Jun'20

    Dutch organisations invest heavily in compliance – but in vain

    Despite the fact that companies in the Netherlands have invested heavily to comply with GDPR legislation introduced two years ago, 90% of them are still discovering fundamental weaknesses in their IT environment

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  • June 04, 2020 04 Jun'20

    Why this is the right time for IT

    The coronavirus has put the spotlight on IT capabilities, and people are now willing to embrace technology-driven change to working practices

  • June 04, 2020 04 Jun'20

    Government evades being pinned to a date for online harms legislation

    MPs challenge government on online harms bill timetable, but have to settle for “clear assurances” that it will brought to parliament before the end of the session

  • June 04, 2020 04 Jun'20

    Small businesses failing on remote worker protection

    Only one-third of people working for small businesses have received any guidance from their employers on how to secure their remote working set-up

  • June 04, 2020 04 Jun'20

    Data privacy groups pile in on UK contact-tracing app

    UK-based digital privacy and free speech campaigning organisation files complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office about contact-tracing app

  • June 04, 2020 04 Jun'20

    OVHcloud brings healthcare-focused private cloud offering to UK market

    French infrastructure-as-a-service provider OVHcloud is making its sector-specific portfolio of private cloud and bare metal services available to UK-based healthcare providers