Cloud is now 'critical national infrastructure', according to expert panel

Tom Allen
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Panellists included Dave Roberts (Radius Payment Solutions), Julian Burnett (formerly of House of Fraser), John Lyons (Zen) and Michael Maibaum (Sky Betting & Gaming)
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Panellists included Dave Roberts (Radius Payment Solutions), Julian Burnett (formerly of House of Fraser), John Lyons (Zen) and Michael Maibaum (Sky Betting & Gaming)

The cloud is now so ubiquitous for business that it must be protected and regulated

Cloud data centres should be treated as critical national infrastructure, with governance and regulation to protect them, a panel agreed at Computing's Cloud and Infrastructure Summit North. It is a...

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