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SUCRE

The SUCRE project is driven by a key objective, which is the consolidation of the European Cloud Computing and Open Source communities by creating a critical mass of stakeholders who will work together on promoting the use of Open Source in Cloud Computing. The approach is based on two specific use cases: Open clouds for public sector applications and Open clouds for health care supply industry. The SUCRE project fosters interaction between the business and research communities with a particular focus on EU & Japan. The project explains and promotes cloud & open source benefits among researchers, stakeholders and the general public.

CoCo Cloud

Coco Cloud aims at allowing the cloud users to securely and privately share their data in the cloud. This will increase the trust of users in the cloud services and thus increase their widespread adoption with consequent benefits for the users and in general for digital economy. The Coco Cloud project consortium will deliver a secure, end-to-end solution that bridges data repository and user device—mobile or fixed—with user-defined rules for storing, sharing and accessing data. It also will enable negotiation between cloud service providers and end users to meet their needs in exploiting cloud capabilities. Read more http://www.coco-cloud.eu/.

STORM CLOUDS

Coco Cloud aims at allowing the cloud users to securely and privately share their data in the cloud. This will increase the trust of users in the cloud services and thus increase their widespread adoption with consequent benefits for the users and in general for digital economy. The Coco Cloud project consortium will deliver a secure, end-to-end solution that bridges data repository and user device—mobile or fixed—with user-defined rules for storing, sharing and accessing data. It also will enable negotiation between cloud service providers and end users to meet their needs in exploiting cloud capabilities. Read more http://www.coco-cloud.eu/.

Open DAI

Open-DAI is "Opening Data Architectures and Infrastructures" for European Public Administrations. It is a project funded under the ICT Policy Support Programme as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation framework Programme (CIP) Call 2011. The Open-DAI project runs from 2012 through 2014. Eleven partners from four European countries — Italy, Spain, Sweden and Turkey — work together for enabling public administrations to:

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