Special guest blog by Bill Mew (Strategist at UKCloud Ltd): “The debate now is not whether to move to the cloud, it’s how quickly to do so and which workloads to move first” Once there was a debate about whether
Cloud Strategist at UKCloud, Bill Mew, explains why trends towards multi-cloud, community cloud, fog computing and edge computing all indicate a new phase in which cloud matures to become more customer centric. More more information read the full article which
In was has become an almost comical routine, we appear to be going around and round in circles trying to square the circle between EU privacy law and US mass surveillance. In early October, just 12 days after the joint EU
A few things stood out for me from this year’s overview of the state of the technology sector – known as venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins’ Internet Trends Report 2017, it is one of the most widely read (and extensive)
In part two of his vision of how to re-boot digital transformation in government, UKCloud’s Bill Mew focuses on three key waves of change. Fpr more information see the full article which first appeared on Diginomica, here.
The UK government digital revolution has seen more than its fair share of wobbles of late. UKCloud’s Bill Mew argues it’s time to get back on track. For more information see the full article which first appeared on Diginomica, here.
Just 12 days after a review by EU and US policy makers gave it an almost completely clean bill of health, Privacy Shield caught a nasty cold in Ireland. With latest transatlantic data sharing framework now at risk, what
There have been a series of recent announcements from the Government regarding increasing data protection and cybersecurity regulations, as the Government seeks to achieve its aspiration of the UK being the safest place in the world to go online. This
UKCloud’s Cloud Strategist, Bill Mew, explains why Europe is not safe from President Trump’s approach to privacy, with the DoJ seeking extraterritorial legal powers. For more information see the full article which originally appeared on Diginomica, here.
With the cost of a single ransomware incident as much as £550,000 ($713,000) on average, Cloud is no longer just a cost effective option or a catalyst for digital transformation and innovation. It is now the preferred option for security