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Global-ICT 2011 (17)

Global-ICT 2011

Theme:  Cloud power - for industry, commerce, social networking, at home and on the street.

Most major companies already use the cloud - cloud computing, that is - or are planning to do so within the next few years. Although many of these companies expect to increase their spending on services delivered through the cloud, most are seriously concerned about what services they will use the cloud for, the service providers they will use and the risks they will face - the potential loss of control over their own data and operations and especially the security of their data.

No one doubts the savings cloud-based services can provide, the efficiencies it can bring or even the ‘green’ benefits to be derived, but CIOs and CTOs the world over are beset by doubts regarding both known risks and imponderable possibilities.

Cloud computing

Neelie Kroes Issue: Global-ICT 2011
Article no.: 1
Topic: Cloud computing
Author: Neelie Kroes
Title: European Commissioner
for Digital Agenda
Organisation: European Commission
PDF size: 330KB

Technology for social development

Diego Molano Vega Issue: Global-ICT 2011
Article no.: 3
Topic: Technology for social development
Author: Diego Molano Vega
Title: Minister of Information Technologies and Communications
Organisation: Colombia
PDF size: 252KB

Asia in need of cloud transparency

Per Dahlberg
Issue: Global-ICT 2011
Article no.: 6
Topic: Asia in need of cloud transparency
Author: Per Dahlberg &
Mark Ross
Title: CEO & co-founder
Organisation: Asia Cloud Computing
PDF size: 264KB

The cloud: Making networks more liquid

Rajeev Suri Issue: Global-ICT 2011
Article no.: 8
Topic: The cloud: Making networks more liquid
Author: Rajeev Suri
Title: CEO
Organisation: Nokia Siemens Networks
PDF size: 262KB

Bringing the cloud down to Earth

Vivek Badrinath Issue: Global-ICT 2011
Article no.: 9
Topic: Bringing the cloud down to Earth
Author: Vivek Badrinath
Title: CEO
Organisation: Orange Business Services
PDF size: 270KB

What William Gibson said

Dr. Vint Cerf Issue: Global-ICT 2011
Article no.: 12
Topic: What William Gibson said
Author: Dr. Vint Cerf
Title: Internet Evangelist & VP
Organisation: Google
PDF size: 355KB

All about the cloud: The view from the top

Umang Gupta Issue: Global-ICT 2011
Article no.: 13
Topic: All about the cloud: The view from the top
Author: Umang Gupta
Title: Chairman & CEO
Organisation: Keynote Systems
PDF size: 354KB

The cloud’s impact on society

John McEleney Issue: Global-ICT 2011
Article no.: 16
Topic: The cloud’s impact on society
Author: John McEleney
Title: CEO
Organisation: CloudSwitch
PDF size: 261KB

The lurch to the mobile cloud

Jeffrey Peel Issue: Global-ICT 2011
Article no.: 17
Topic: The lurch to the mobile cloud
Author: Jeffrey Peel
Title: Managing Director
Organisation: Quadriga Consulting
PDF size: 261KB
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