Good morning fellow blogging enthusiasts! As promised, we have a new suggested topic for our blogging contest. Remember that you can still contribute blog posts about our previous topic, IT security, but if you're looking for some new inspiration, this question may be just for you: "Are organizations too worried
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CIOs, CSOs and risk managers concerned about the reach of U.S. courts into data stored in foreign jurisdictions will be interested to note that Microsoft appears willing to risk being found in contempt of court in a fight over an order to hand over data stored in company-owned servers in Ireland.
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