EU news stories
EU cloud adoption rising, but still far from mainstream
Cloud adoption is surging among some European Union (EU) nations but it still has a way to go to becoming commonplace across the board
GDPR a "phenomenally powerful" opportunity if done right
There’s no doubt you’ve been drowning in GDPR recently but we were able to break away from the hype and speak with THE expert on the matter.
Survey shows Brexit driving digital transformation and opportunities
Business confidence surrounding UK leaving the EU was highest in France (83 per cent) and Belgium (78 per cent) but lowest in Sweden (49 per cent).
Europol: Legislation overhaul needed as cybercrime is ‘unprecedented’
A new report from Europol has revealed cybercrime is running rampant with ransomware reigning supreme - and a crackdown on criminals is essential.
Regulation a ‘major step forward for EU’s cloud industry’
Cloud infrastructure providers have given the thumbs up to the proposed regulation from the European Commission on the ‘Free Flow of Data' in the EU.
EU to invest more into cybersecurity – expert says it’s not enough
Rob Norris says further investment in cyber security technology is an unsurprising but welcome move by the European Commission - but more is needed.
NTT Com extends EU coverage with new data centre in Germany
With this new data centre, NTT Com has extended its total server space for Europe beyond 82,000 square metres.
INFOGRAPHIC – The EU’s most vulnerable countries to cybercrime
Cybersecurity comes down to a number of factors and one of them is geographical location - here's a full list of the EU countries and their rankings.
MapR and Talend collaborate to deliver new data lake solution
The trio have announced a new governed GDPR data lake solution to address requirements of the EU's upcoming GDPR legislation.
Interxion announces plans for two new EU data centres - at up to £90m each
Interxion will soon be constructing new data centres in Frankfurt and Marseille – in addition to an expansion in Vienna.
Estonia and Luxembourg sign off on world-first 'data embassy'
Estonia has proven yet again why the tiny country of 1.3 million people is considered a ‘trail-blazer’ when it comes to technology.
Google submit EU anti-trust plans
EU regulators assess the Internet search engine’s plans over alleged breach of conduct.
ACTA secrecy slammed by EU parliament
The European Union parliament has passed a resolution requiring the European Commission to publish information relating to ACTA talks, which have, until now, been conducted in utmost secrecy.