Trusted Cloud Europe has been prepared by the European Cloud Partnership (ECP) Steering Board to propose a set of ideas on how Europe can help public and private organisations use, buy and sell cloud services in a safe and trusted environment. Trusted Cloud Europe has been published on Friday 21 March 2014 and it includes recommendations for the adoption of common cloud computing approaches in the context of a single market.
Current and future users and providers of cloud computing services as well as other interested parties are invited to comment on the ECP's ideas by taking part in a survey.
Responses to this survey will inform the European Commission's future actions int he area of cloud computing.
What can be done to establish Europe as a trusted region for cloud computing? Does "Trusted Cloud Europe" propose the right approach to accelerate the adoption of cloud computing throughout the European economy? Are there any important actions missing?
Share your opinion on Trusted Cloud Europe and discuss with others until Friday 2 May 2014.
Please, focus your comments on Trusted Cloud Europe so that the Commission can include them in its policy considerations.