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Are Global Privacy Laws chasing Cloud Computing Away?

Are Global Privacy Laws chasing Cloud Computing Away?

Strict privacy laws and inconsistency in the way they are defined across multiple regions, are a deterrent to the adoption of Cloud Computing in Europe. How do these snags impact global organizations with a presence in Europe as well as the local players? What can be done so that organizations are able to optimally leverage their Cloud computing investments while we all work towards a common global standard?

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Antonio Piraino

Antonio Piraino, Vice President Research, Tier1 Research

Antonio is a regular speaker at managed hosting, virtualization and cloud computing conferences, and the author of the T1R Managed Hosting and Cloud Infrastructure series reports. Antonio also serves as the Conference Director for Tier1's E... More   View all posts
Pieter Schoehuijs

Pieter Schoehuijs, Chief Information Officer, AKZO Nobel N.V.

After 9 years in Europe with IBM and Ernst & Young, Mr. Schoehuijs spent a decade in the US working for a Flowserve, a Dallas based industrial manufacturing company, for Engelhard, a New Jersey based chemical company which was acquired ... More   View all posts
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