Why implementing good data governance should be on every CIO’s radar as a way to reduce risk, ensure compliance and increase business productivity and efficiency
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Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts lists eight steps to managing data risks and protecting personal information.
Should you pay up and if you do, what’s next? Lawyer Michael Wigley weighs in on the issue.
How your company may be impacted by the recent English High Court ruling that software is 'goods'.
How can the law keep up with what might seem (at least to some lawyers) like science fiction? Toby Gee of MinterEllisonRuddWatts explores the subject.
Sub–optimal outcomes in feral ICT contracts are avoidable – so why are they very common in the New Zealand business landscape? asks ICT lawyer Michael Wigley.
Vendors frequently undertake software audits that are problematic for CIOs, writes IT lawyer Michael Wigley.
First, your organisation’s law firm can be a soft target to hack into instead of the organisation, writes ICT lawyer Michael Wigley.
Before businesses can take full advantage of their databases, they need to be conscious that customer databases almost always contain personal information, writes James Carnie of Clendons Lawyers
New Zealand organisations that collect, store, use, and share personal information should review their privacy policies and practices to confirm that these remain up-to-date, writes Ross Johnston of Kensington Swan.
Don’t assume that any early termination charges are set in stone.
Legal professionals are by their nature a skeptical and cautious lot, but the sharp rise in cloud-based applications being used by enterprises and law firms, as well as recent high-profile law firm security breaches, has many legal professionals reticent about entering cloud engagements.
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