IAIS Workshop on Cloud Computing Research (IWCCR)
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National University of Ireland Galway is proud to host the first IAIS Workshop on Cloud Computing Research (IWCCR) on Sep 27, 2013. The workshop is supported by the Irish chapter of the Association for Information Systems (IAIS), the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre (Lero) and NUI Galway's Whitaker Institute, and is being jointly delivered by the Business Information Systems discipline and Lero at NUI Galway, and the Cloud Computing Services Innovation Centre at Hewlett-Packard.

8/27/2013
When: 8/27/2013
Where: NUI Galway
Galway, NUI Galway 
Ireland

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1st IAIS Workshop on Cloud Computing Research

Research and Practice in the Cloud: What is on the Horizon?

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National University of Ireland, Galway is proud to host the first IAIS Workshop on Cloud Computing Research (IWCCR) on Sep 27, 2013. The workshop is supported by the Irish chapter of the Association for Information Systems (IAIS), the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre (Lero) and NUI Galway's Whitaker Institute, and is being jointly delivered by the Business Information Systems discipline and Lero at NUI Galway, and the Cloud Computing Services Innovation Centre at Hewlett-Packard.

The IWCCR builds upon NUI Galway, Lero and Hewlett-Packard’s strengths in cloud computing. NUI Galway’s Masters degree in Cloud Computing Research began in Sep 2012, and is already helping to shape the national agenda. This new degree provides a dedicated programme of advanced research on high-value, business-focused aspects of cloud computing. In the current year, students from Hewlett-Packard, Cisco, Eircom and elsewhere, are covering a number of important issues for businesses, including a study on business success factors for cloud services, a model for return-on-investment for strategic cloudsourcing, user interaction for mobile cloud business applications, Irish legal considerations for cloud strategies, user benefits of cloud services, in addition to other topics of importance to both large businesses and small SMEs. The university’s research on cloud computing has been published in international outlets, and cloud computing has become a core part of a large SFI-funded research team.

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