Data privacy law is murky since Europe’s highest court struck down the Safe Harbor agreement long used between the U.S. and Europe. Some cloud storage vendors now plan to help enterprises adjust to the new reality.
Last week, Amazon announced it will build a data-center in London by 2017 to ensure data sovereignty for local users there. Now Syncplicity, a cloud storage and collaboration specialist, will let customers make sure their data stays in Europe and is controlled there.
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