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Computer Weekly – 24 April 2018: London plans to be a smarter city

In this week’s Computer Weekly, we meet the first ever chief digital officer for London, Theo Blackwell, and find out his plans to make the capital a smarter city. SAP has overhauled its controversial indirect licensing policy – we look at the implications for users. What are the jobs of the future in retail as the sector is transformed by technology? We ask the experts. Read the issue now.

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  • Legal briefing: The Draft EU General Data Protection Regulation

     

    By Karin Retzer and Joanna Łopatowska

     

    On October 25, 2013, the European Council concluded that the new Data Protection Framework should be adopted in a timely manner in order to strengthen consumer and business trust in Europe’s digital economy.The Council did, however, refuse to commit to adoption by early next year.

     

    This conclusion follows on the heels of the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) Committee vote setting out its position on a compromise text of the draft Regulation on October 21, 2013.

     

    After some 18 months of intense discussions and lobbying, the compromise text was passed by the LIBE Committee with a 49-3 majority. The compromise text was heavily influenced by the revelations of the surveillance activities of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA).

     

    This report from Morrison & Foerster, sets out some of the most important changes for private sector organizations proposed by the LIBE Committee.

     

     

     Morrison & Foerster (MoFo) is a global law firm. Its clients include some of the largest financial institutions, Fortune 100 companies, investment banks, and technology and life science companies.

  • UK IT priorities 2012

     

    This exclusive Computer Weekly research reveals how UK IT departments are prioritising their budgets in 2012, which technologies they are investing in, and the impact of cloud computing, mobile and other disruptive technology on IT strategies.

     

    Some 225 UK IT professionals took part in the research, The research, which features interviews with leading UK CIOS and industry analysts, gives in depth analysis of organisations proirities in software, hardware, networks, storage, cloud computing, security, virtualisation and much more.

     

    Contents:

    • IT budgets - global trends
    • UK IT budget trends
    • Business priorities
    • IT technology initiatives
    • Cloud computing
    • Infrastructure projects
    • Software
    • Datacentre consolidation
    • Storage
    • Desktop projects
    • Security
    • Networking
    • Mobile IT

     

    Computer Weekly and TechTarget asked 2,642 IT professionals and business analysts around the world for their IT forecast for 2012. Conducted in November 2011, the survey covered North America, the UK, and Asia (predominantly India, but also incorporating Australia, Indonesia and Japan). In the UK, 225 IT professionals took part in the research.

     

     

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