The results of the Research by the 2015 Cloud Observatory for the Public Administration will be presented at an event scheduled for Wednesday 11 November, at the Auditorium at Via Rieti 13, Rome.
Now in its fourth year, the Observatory is tasked with monitoring the Cloud migration process undertaken by government entities and identifying the related best practices, for the purpose of identifying trends and approaches to encourage the spread of Cloud technology within the whole of the Public Administration.
Sponsored by the School of Management of the Milan Polytechnic University, the Conference will be an opportunity to exchange views and information on the level of use of Cloud Computing in the government sector in Italy, by decision-makers, ICT providers, professors and researchers of the Milan Polytechnic.
Francesco Barbieri – Chief of Group IT Systems Management and Governance & Solution Innovation at AlmavivA – will participate in the debate at 12.00 on the subject of "Rationalizing and innovating in the Public Administration".
At the same session, Mirco Mazzuccato of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN), will be illustrating the Open City Platform, an industrial research and experimental development project, co-financed by the Ministry of Education, related to the “Smart Cities and Communities and Social Innovation” call, and featuring a partnership between research bodies – including the INFN, as the lead partner, and the University of Camerino – businesses, the Regions of Emilia Romagna, Marche and Tuscany and a vast number of local authorities in the three regions, which have joined the project for experimenting innovative solutions in the field of OCP R&D.
The project – launched in January 2014 – primarily aims at developing and making available to the Public Administration bodies an innovative open and interoperable Cloud Computing platform.
AlmavivA is one of leading industrial partners to the OCP Project, thanks to its experience in Cloud computing and its research projects in the field of Smart Communities.
Participation in the event is free of charge.
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