EU’s strategy for cloud computing needs to expand

By Karafillis Giannoulis – On 16 January, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) announced that EU blueprint for cloud computing falls short.

EESC reports that the Commission should widen its strategy and invest in the development of cloud computing software and infrastructure. According to Eric Pigla, EESC rapporteur, EU “should help businesses and public administrations to become ‘cloud active’ by offering cloud-based services and make Europe ‘cloud productive’ by providing cloud infrastructure.” EESC believes that if EU accomplishes these objectives, then a “European digital energy production” will be established. more>


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