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  • May 25, 2018 25 May'18

    Canonical founder calls out OpenStack suppliers for ‘lack of focus’ on datacentre cost savings

    Mark Shuttleworth says the OpenStack community needs to open up about the economics of using the open source cloud platform to avoid turning users off

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  • May 25, 2018 25 May'18

    GDPR puts people first, says ICO

    The day of 25 May 2018 marks the biggest change to UK data protection law in a generation, with benefits for businesses and consumers, according to the UK privacy watchdog

  • May 25, 2018 25 May'18

    Commitment is the watchword on GDPR D-Day

    New rules for protecting European citizens’ personal data are now enforceable by law, and organisations are being advised to focus broadly on commitment rather than narrowly on compliance

  • May 24, 2018 24 May'18

    Grab outlines its approach to cyber security

    Singapore-based ride-hailing company prefers detective controls rather than preventive ones to deter cyber threats – an approach it claims is less intrusive and costly to implement

  • May 24, 2018 24 May'18

    Computing curriculum shake-up can’t happen in a single five-year parliamentary term, says panel

    At the launch of Ocado Technology’s AI:MMO educational game, a panel of experts said the computing curriculum needs an overhaul, but this cannot be achieved in a single government term of office

  • May 24, 2018 24 May'18

    Stronger rules on data protection by EU institutions agreed

    On the eve of the GDPR compliance deadline, European politicians agree new rules to strengthen data protection in EU organisations

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