Data Protection and Compliance in Context is a comprehensive guide which: 1.explains the content of data protection laws; 2.provides practical advice on protecting data privacy under the Data Protection Act, human rights laws and freedom of information legislation; 3.gives data controllers a platform for building compliance strategies. Data protection law covers the processing of information relating to individuals: something we all do. Every business and every person with a PC comes under the Data Protection Act 1998, an Act that has already had a massive effect upon our business and private lives. The concept of data processing is extremely wide, covering every conceivable thing that can be done on or towards personal data: from its initial collection right through to its final deletion, including its organization, alteration, use and disclosure. Written by Stewart Room, the National Chair of the National Association of Data Protection and Freedom of Information Officers, Data Protection and Compliance in Context enables the safe navigation of this difficult area.
Websphere Portal on Z/OS
This IBM Redbook will help you install, tailor, and configure the PTF2 level of WebSphere Portal Server for z/OS product. We discuss architectural, installation, configuration, administration, security and problem determination issues. We show you how to deploy portlets and how to convert a "normal" WebSphere application into a...
Tech Mining: Exploiting New Technologies for Competitive Advantage In the “information economy,” we recognize the increasing availability of
information. On the one hand, we can be intimidated by the overwhelming
amount of information bearing down on us. On the other hand, we now have
tools to enable us to garner great value from that information quite readily.
Urological cancer constitutes approximately 30% of all cancer occurring in the Third
and Second Worlds. In the main, these diseases are caused by environmental factors,
such as diet and smoking, and it is hoped that action to regulate the influence of
these environmental pathogens will lead to a decreased incidence over the next two... Language Teacher Cognition: A Sociocultural Perspective
This book explores the topic of teacher cognition, making use of sociocultural theory as a framework to understand what teachers know, think, believe and do in their professional contexts through ‘applied’ conversation analysis. The author examines what teaching and learning mean to teachers by analyzing the interactional work they... Acting Lessons for Teachers We love teaching. Both your authors and you, the readers, love the classroom experience. We accept that the students don’t always learn as much or as readily as we might have hoped, and we accept that we might not have executed a planned lesson as smoothly as we had hoped. But we still love the excitement of the first day, the thrill of...