Data sovereignty remains biggest enterprise GDPR fear

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Cloud worries still prevalent as May 2018 approaches, finds research

Data sovereignty remains top of the UK enterprise's concerns as the countdown to May 2018's General Data Protection Regulation continues apace. New research from Computing, delivered this mornin...

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