Giving data a 'Safe Harbour' that's close to home

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As a result of regulatory changes in Europe companies are investigating ways of keeping sensitive data in-country while still being able to use the cloud

Since 1995, the European Union (EU) has led the world in setting some of the most stringent standards on data privacy and security laws. With the recent overturning of the EU-US Safe Harbour agreem...

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