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Wednesday, 10 June 2015 01:12

Get ESOS compliant or face large fines

Data centre and co-location owners and users risk large fines for failing to comply with new energy management compliance legislation

Nordic IaaS provider City Network launches City Cloud, the OpenStack-based IaaS, in Los Angeles and New York data centres

The latest enhancement to the CipherCloud platform enables cloud compliance in keeping with EU data sovereignty requirements 

The majority of IT departments are a long way off Gartner’s ‘Era of digitalisation’, research finds

Tuesday, 12 May 2015 11:09

Dropbox Business pushes data to Dublin

 Dropbox takes heed of data sovereignty and from June 1 will host non-US data in Dublin

Tuesday, 12 May 2015 01:19

Fetim Group moves its ERP to the cloud

The Fetim Group construction and decoration business has migrated its Infor M3 enterprise resource planning solution to the cloud.

Stuart Hooson says businesses need to smarten their data security or risk substantial corporate loss

US data centre business Equinix is looking to buy the UKs TelecityGroup in a £2.3 billion cash and share offer.

Organisations use of big data analytics is expected to deliver positive return for the majority of European businesses

Monday, 27 April 2015 09:27

IBM goes Dutch, again

IBM rolls out another European data centre in Amsterdam to take advantage of the growing European market and adds more options for data redundancy and disaster recovery within Europe

Almost half of European organisations are unable to deploy Unified Communications technology across all sites due to network problems

Thursday, 23 April 2015 04:25

Zenium launches new Frankfurt data centre

The need for data sovereignty in Europe is launching a new generation of data centres and Zenium's Frankfurt One is one of the largest independent data centres to be launched this year.  

The EU’s Article 29 data protection Working Party has ratified Amazon Web Services ‘ Data Processing Agreement

David Tebbutt explores the EU’s attempt to produce a cloud standard for security, with an analysis of the recommendations of the ENISA for European Government clouds

Hack4Europe hackathon offers prizes for coders developing applications on HP’s Helion cloud infrastructure 

Friday, 06 February 2015 10:23

EU to help solve the fear of the cloud

A new EU funded project is aimed at helping the public sector IT departments to overcome the fear of the cloud

Dell has brought in Firehost to help them create secure managed private clouds services for businesses looking for compliance with PCI, HiPPA and the forthcoming EU Data Protection Reform Acts.

Hosting business 1&1 has launched a new selection of cloud servers aimed at SMEs that can be paid for by the minute and take just 55 seconds to deploy.

CODE_n announces the top 50 worldwide finalists for the 2015 Internet of Things awards including a significant majority from Europe  

A new survey finds businesses are failing to delete data as employees leave and employees aren’t afraid to access sensitive data after they’ve left and are willing to sell passwords for as little as £100.

IBM opens a new SoftLayer data centre in Frankfurt to meet strict German and European data security and sovereignty laws; and adds to the three European data centres SoftLayer already operate in London, Paris and Amsterdam.

Spanish cloud provider Advanced Group is to use Flexiants Cloud Orchestrator to attract small and medium sized businesses with IaaS self-service capabilities, extensive metering and billing and application deployment.

The take up of cloud in Europe is growing, but a lack of skills is preventing cloud computing from accelerated growth in the EU region

Over 80% of businesses are either using or planning to deploy mission-critical apps in to the cloud in the next two years, and the main driver for the move is, agility rather than cost savings, reveals new research from Forrester Consulting.

The new Salesforce UK data centre is first of three planned for Europe and is powered by 100% renewable energy sources

The new SoftLayer cloud centre adds a third European centre and provides French customers with local SoftLayer cloud services while supporting data sovereignty requirements

Amazon Web Services adds a second fully compliant European region in Frankfurt, Germany to serve Europe, and to meet German demand for data sovereignty

New changes on disclosure and data protection in the upcoming EU data protection regulation could lead to fines of up to €100,000,000.

The current state of data protection laws in Europe is confusing business users and IT specialists with huge differences across the continent in attitudes to cloud data and data protection

Security breaches are on the rise, with the majority coming from to staff rather than outsiders, but worryingly nearly 10% of UK companies clueless over how many security breaches they have suffered in the last 12 months finds a PwC report


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