ERP Procurement Options

Any public sector body seeking to migrate to a new ERP system will need to determine the best procurement option for the project. ERP projects have certain nuances that set them apart from other complex ICT projects, and that means some procurement procedures are more suitable.  The appropriate procurement route for your project will depend…

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The CJEU considers the territorial application for global search engines in relation to the right to be forgotten in Google Inc. v CNIL

Gemma Townley, Partner and Nadia Ahmed, Trainee Solicitor in the Technology team at Sharpe Pritchard consider the recent judgment by the CJEU in Google v CNIL, which gives a landmark ruling on the territorial application of the right to be forgotten for global search engines. Introduction On the 24 September 2019, the Court of Justice…

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Contractual Challenges in Cloud Computing Agreements

No longer the new kid on the block, cloud computing agreements are now common place both in the private and public sector. Cloud computing brings with it clear technical and commercial advantages. Customers leverage delivery of information technology as services via the Internet, with no requirement to purchase or install software, meanwhile benefitting from large…

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