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Michael Mudd

HKCSView: Why the EU data protection rules matter to HK businesses?

The European Union (EU) has enacted two key regulations relating to data processing- the General...
How to become a smart city?

How to become a smart city?

In recent years, cities around the world are rebranding themselves as smart cities, through the use...

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Talktech: Bringing business resilience to HK firms: from cloud to hyper-converge
With more enterprise applications and data-driven workloads running in cloud environments, managing them is getting complicated. When incorporating...
Powering IoT with low-power WAN in HK
Powering IoT with low-power WAN in HK
The explosion of internet of things (IoT) has led to the growing need for connecting devices like...
HK data privacy law needs to level up in big data era
HK data privacy law needs to level up in big data era
Big data helps organizations to gain business insights or even drive innovation. In a data-driven...
The human side of the data revolution
The human side of the data revolution
For over a decade, data has been at or near the top of the enterprise agenda. A robust ecosystem...

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