Crown Prosecution Service declares 'war on disks' is almost over

Tom Allen
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The CPS adopted Egress' Secure Workspace platform to replace inefficient disk-based systems
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The CPS adopted Egress' Secure Workspace platform to replace inefficient disk-based systems

The CPS has transformed the way it handles multimedia, to raise security and lower costs

The Crown Prosecution Service is the public prosecuting authority for England and Wales, and getting the right evidence, securely, is critical to ensuring accurate prosecutions. For many years the organisation...

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