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Understanding the cloud computing environment in China

Trade group BSA | The Software Alliance published its 2016 Global Cloud Computing Scorecard last year, which looked at the state of various countries’ policy environment in relation to cloud computing and found that despite progress, a patchwork of inadequate laws and regulations around the globe threatens to stunt the unprecedented societal benefits and economic growth that could be fuelled by cloud computing. Here, Jared Ragland, Senior Director, Policy - APAC at BSA, focuses on the policy environment in China and what it means for the cloud computing sector.

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