Data sovereignty is the biggest concern in cloud transition

Tom Allen
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Oracle’s Colin O’Rourke insisted that testing cloud providers’ security is essential
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Oracle’s Colin O’Rourke insisted that testing cloud providers’ security is essential

With the GDPR enforcing geographic storage requirements, experts advise research before investment

Research conducted by Computing and presented in our most recent web seminar - ‘Cloud security: fresh concerns require new answers', now available to watch on-demand - revealed that most CIOs' public cloud...

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