In this week's Computer Weekly, 13 years after Computer Weekly first reported on flaws in the Post Office IT system, a public inquiry finally allows victims to reveal the devastating impact on their lives. Enterprises are starting to evaluate the uses of 5G. And we look at how SMEs have turned to e-commerce after the pandemic. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the European Parliament's digital vision for the next decade, including controversial plans for a regional internet. GDPR is two years old – we find out how well the law is working. And we look at how the coronavirus crisis is affecting digital skills recruitment and training.
A declaration by David Godkin, counsel for app developer Six4Three, producing 218 exhibits. The exhibits cover a wide range of material relating to Facebook, including news cuttings, press releases and blog posts. The exhibits present a timeline of what was publicly known and when.
The roll-out of Microsoft 365 to dozens of UK police forces may be unlawful, because many have failed to conduct data protection checks before deployment and hold no information on their contracts.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the emerging technologies being used to improve employee experience and raise staff loyalty and motivation. The CIO of the Football Association explains how IT is changing the way the national game is administered. And we examine the growing role of AI in preventing cyber attacks. Read the issue now.
This whitepaper explains how an ESI data map serves as a unifying document that ties together information about record locations, litigation hold instructions and retention. Businesses that create an ESI data map their risk of e-discovery noncompliance.
The goal of this white paper is to focus on the key issues involved in developing an e-discovery capability and to help organizations plan to become better prepared for the rigors of the e-discovery process.
This paper presents a broad overview of the major types of compliance required today. In addition, it considers an approach to compliance based on the network as a whole, rather than on specific devices or areas.