Cloud Computing in the European Public Sector

Adoption Trends and Future Directions of Cloud Services in the European Public Sector


Cloud computing represents a key technology that is capable of reducing the cost of government operations and increasing the quality of public service delivery. This research service explores how cloud computing is received in Europe by discussing national and EU initiatives and strategies. The service also looks at the types of industry participants involved in the promotion and diffusion of cloud computing solutions in European governments. The study period is 2011 to 2020, with a base year of 2011.

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Cloud computing represents a key technology that is capable of reducing the cost of government operations and increasing the quality of public service delivery. This research service explores how cloud computing is received in Europe by discussing national and EU initiatives and strategies. The service also looks at the types of industry participants involved in the promotion and diffusion of cloud computing solutions in European governments. The study period is 2011 to 2020, with a base year of 2011.

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Cloud Computing in the European Public SectorThe Role of Cloud Computing for European Governments The Status of Cloud Computing Initiatives in European Governments




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