D:A4.1 Socio-economic impact assessment

Maartje Niezen (Editor), Dominique van Woensel, David Nunez, C Fernandez-Gago, Samantha Adams, Thor Bjørkvoll, Christian Frøystad, Trond Halverson, Børge Haugset

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Abstract

The executive summary ends with six concise recommendations for facilitating more accountability for data management in cloud ecosystems:
1. Provide a stronger legal base for and enforcement of data protection and accountable behavior;
2. Facilitate independent auditing of responsible data stewardship;
3. Increase public awareness of the need for accountability;
4. Balance existing information asymmetries via partnerships;
5. Focus on larger enterprises working in the public sector first, as these can serve as an example for other types of businesses;
6. Demonstrate how A4Cloud tools and mechanisms can be turned into a business model in order to encourage greater uptake and use.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTILT, Tilburg University
Commissioning bodyEuropean Union FP7
Number of pages75
Publication statusPublished - 29 Apr 2016

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Keywords

  • cloud computing
  • accountability
  • socio-economic impact

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Niezen, M. (Ed.), van Woensel, D., Nunez, D., Fernandez-Gago, C., Adams, S., Bjørkvoll, T., ... Haugset, B. (2016). D:A4.1 Socio-economic impact assessment. TILT, Tilburg University.
Niezen, Maartje (Editor) ; van Woensel, Dominique ; Nunez, David ; Fernandez-Gago, C ; Adams, Samantha ; Bjørkvoll, Thor ; Frøystad, Christian ; Halverson, Trond ; Haugset, Børge. / D:A4.1 Socio-economic impact assessment. TILT, Tilburg University, 2016. 75 p.
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D:A4.1 Socio-economic impact assessment. / Niezen, Maartje (Editor); van Woensel, Dominique; Nunez, David; Fernandez-Gago, C; Adams, Samantha; Bjørkvoll, Thor; Frøystad, Christian; Halverson, Trond; Haugset, Børge.

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