Can eGovernment work in the Cloud? Some examples from Digital Austria

author: Peter Reichstaedter, Federal Chancellery of Austria
published: Nov. 16, 2012,   recorded: October 2012,   views: 2469


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The IT industry is pushing cloud computing with the use of new paradigms. The keyword cloud means highly complex and standardized provisioning. Cloud especially change the legal environment - direct control is replaced with contractual agreements (who is responsible for for the management of data protection and the owner of the the data). We have to develop policies/guidelines especially for small public administration units (e.g. municipalities) before we start. More and more less transparency where are my data, how they are protected - maybe no national or european control. Even in the cloud we need security standards like eIDs.

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