GDPR: 'Lock up' your cloud contracts before May 2018 - or face a multi-million pound fine

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Organisations warned that unless they make all contracts GDPR compliant before May 2018 they could face fines running into millions

Organisations with cloud computing and other long-term IT services contracts will not only need to upgrade them in advance of the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), b...

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