Opinion: Are we reaching the limits of Moore’s Law? As costs increase, the future of the computing revolution is at risk

Chris Miller is assistant professor of international history at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and a Jeane Kirkpatrick visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He is the author of Chip War: The Fight for the World’s Most Critical Technology. When Gordon Moore was asked in 1965 to predict the … Read more

Q&A: cloud computing law in Austria

Legislation and regulation Recognition of concept Is cloud computing specifically recognized and provided for in your legal system? If so, how? Austria has a tradition of keeping its laws as technology neutral as possible. Consequently, it has no law regulating cloud computing or any other technology. Rather, the general rules of civil law apply. Owing … Read more

Cloud Based Computing Services – What are the risk management and legal issues for users?

Cloud services can be enablers for a company’s digital transformation. However, understanding the risks and legal issues associated with using cloud based computing services is critical for risk management and protection of an organization’s data and related intellectual property and to minimize the risk of business disruption. Companies are increasingly using software applications and tools, … Read more

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