Whistle-blowers will receive a percentage of the fees on completion of the case
Alex Hilton tells CRN that introduction of new damages programme will ensure end users play with a 'straight bat'
David Howorth says the EU window for breach notification is too narrow
Brent Thurrell gives his view on getting customers to address the changing security threat landscape
ISPs for example could be held accountable in the future for pirated software, says Mark Noctor
FOIA investigation suggests low compliance among councils when it comes to payments data
Software EULAs and aggressive audits have put customers on the back foot, but a new body is battling for the end user.
Celebrity photo leaks point a lesson for a range services suppliers, says Mike Jackson
This week's ICO audit report suggests a reseller opportunity around data protection
Customer must come first in both business to consumer and business to business relationships, says trade body
Channel, vendor and customer must see eye to eye to get the best results - but what happens when something goes wrong?
Lee Wade says Vcap is only the beginning of a strategy to target businesses that allow staff to download files
Opposition proposes critical digital themes for 2015 election campaign
Some firms may not think they are at risk from hackers; VARs must teach them otherwise
Larry Walsh explains the effect of current security fears and leaks on the announced deal
The life of Nathan Wyld so far has included travelling to 60 countries as well as living in South-East Asia and the Americas
Paige Leidig says cloud data security issues must be ironed out to ensure payment card compliance
Redmond has moved to allay customer fears around cloud data storage in the wake of the NSA revelations, notes Chris Gonsalves
The next phase of business IT has begun and it will be all about ‘digital' - but what does that mean exactly?
Flexible working rules will extend to all employees next month. Fleur Doidge asks how the channel can deal with this challenge internally
Ripe revenues are available for the picking to the canny IT provider, says Ashley Leonard
Hardware sold by the channel may well include backdoors or implants for government snooping. Should the channel worry?
Enhancements help hunt down cyber attackers, vendor says
It's time to take a look at 2014 and what this new year might bring for the channel. Fleur Doidge asks around