The Brexit Committee’s white paper on upcoming negotiations with the EU show how hard it is going to be to secure an okay deal for the digital sector.
Companies are scrambling to enact the latest EU data protection regulation. ServiceNow’s Philip van der Wilt offers practical advice on getting prepared.
The data divide between the EU and the US doesn't just consist of the Privacy Shield problem as Justice Commissioner Věra Jourová warned the Trump administration.
European Commission Vera Jourova is in Washington trying to prop up the fragile Privacy Shield transatlantic data transfer deal, while back in Brussels the Eurocrats are revolting.
Rolling back Federal online privacy carries with it the risk that the U.S. ends up with a patchwork of State legislation that Balkanizes the internet economy. Here's how and why we should question the attendant rent seeking behavior that surely follows.
The Prime Minister is today triggering Article 50, starting the process of the UK’s exit from the EU. However, the future impact on data flows remains uncertain and digital providers face a cliff edge. Nicky Stewart, UKCloud’s Commercial Director, shares her concerns.
A flurry of news stories have rendered data privacy all but obsolete. But it's a mistake to imply there is nothing we can do about it. Enterprises that get out in front on privacy can find a competitive edge.
Privacy Shield was always lipstick on a pig, but that pig now looks like bacon as the Trump administration casts further doubt on its robustness.
Credit scoring giant Experian has built its own cloud technology platform to offer data-as-a-service as it ventures nimbly into the API economy
With concerns around security in the cloud addressed, what are the main remaining barriers to adoption? UKCloud's Bill Mew seeks some answers.
In part one of this interview, Dropbox CTO Aditya Agarwal explains how the file sync and share cloud platform has been engineered for enterprise scale
Privacy Shield was supposed to be the long-term replacement for Safe Harbor, but President Trump has blown a hole in it with his latest Executive Order and left the US cloud industry with a transatlantic problem.
A panel this week discussed how a smooth Brexit will mean focusing on regulation, not tariffs.