Tag: europe

“Amazon is just a webshop!” – “Europe needs bigger balls!”

October 7, 2013 |

This year I had the honor to host the CEO Couch of the Open-Xchange Summit 2013. This is a format were Top CEOs are confronted with provocative questions on a specific topic and had to answer to the point. Among the guests on the couch were Herrmann-Josef Lamberti (EADS), Dr. Marten Schoenherr (Deutsche Telekom Laboratories), […]

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A view of Europe’s own cloud computing market

September 23, 2013 |

Europe’s cloud market is dominated by Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Windows Azure, and Rackspace. So the same providers that serve the rest of the world. Each of these global providers has a local presence in Europe and all have made efforts to satisfy European-specific concerns with respect to privacy and data protection. Nevertheless, a growing […]

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Free GigaOM Research analysts webinar on July 9 about the future of cloud computing in Europe

July 4, 2013 |

Anyone who is interested in the future of cloud computing in Europe should register for the international GigaOM Pro analysts webinar on July 9. Moderated by Jo Maitland, Jon Collins, George Anadiotis and I will talk about the opportunities and challenges of the cloud in Europe and countries such as Germany or the UK, thus […]

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PRISM plays into German and European cloud computing providers hands

June 13, 2013 |

The U.S. government and above all PRISM has done the U.S. cloud computing providers a bad turn. First discussions now kindle if the public cloud market is moribund. Not by a long shot. On the contrary, European and German cloud computing providers play this scandal into the hands and will ensure that the European cloud […]

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