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RT @AntonyAdshead : Nutanix launches Clusters in #AWS  for hybrid cloud hyper-converged infrastructure. @nutanix  Clusters will provide #hyperconverged  deployments across customer datacentres and the Amazon cloud, but only using Acropolis and on AWS for now

Organisations exporting data to the US under #PrivacyShield  or overseas generally, whether under standard contractual clauses or binding corporate rules, need to urgently review the legal basis of these transfers, writes @and_hartshorn  @SHMALaw  :

RT @cliffsaran : The National Museum of Computing has a new virtual tour. Tell @ComputerWeekly  what was your first computer

How Dharma ransomware became an effective services business

Government awards funding for innovation projects

plots Polish datacentre campus expansion to capitalise on growing continental cloud demand

EU and US start discussions on ‘enhanced’ Privacy Shield data-sharing agreement

HPE signs 12-month hybrid cloud-focused MoU with UK government

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Covid-19, demographic shifts to drive #automation  - businesses will need to shore up their productivity through technology and automation to cope with the pandemic and a shrinking workforce:

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Systems needed after #Brexit  transition are “impossible to deliver” : The IT required to be operational after December 2020 is almost certainly undeliverable, according to an @instituteforgov  report:

RT @NielsLadefoged : @laurilove  statement before entering the court building.

Future tech cannot be ‘defined by a particular population’ - as new technologies are developed, companies could take the opportunity to hire more diversely to ensure offerings cater to a wider demographic: #diversity 

MPs urged to back Finance Bill amendments to loan charge policy - Loan Charge Action Group urges its members to ask their MPs to support an amendment to the controversial #loancharge  policy that could see more people fall outside its scope:

The has confirmed it exchanged information on staff in the UK with the US Department of Justice, which is conducting criminal investigations into the organisation #assange 

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Loan charge under review: thousands of IT #contractors  are at risk of financial ruin as #HMRC  pursues them for tax it claims they owe on work they did up to two decades ago and were reimbursed via loan remuneration schemes. Computer Weekly investigates:

Police challenged over refusal to disclose files on WikiLeaks staff - lawyers will challenge Met Police on whether it holds correspondence with US law enforcement about 3 staff – including two UK citizens – in a freedom of information tribunal:

Lawyers will challenge the Metropolitan Police Service today to confirm or deny whether it holds correspondence with US law enforcement about three staff in a freedom of information tribunal

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RT @CarrotyD : Release of loan charge review must be prioritised by new government, urge IT contractors scandal #loancharge  #loanchargescandal 

HM Treasury mulls loan charge review findings, but will not confirm public release date - contractors frustrated by lack of concrete release date for review as #loancharge  settlement date of 31 January 2020 looms:

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