Workshop on Building Blocks of the Ubiquitous Digital Single Market

03-02-2015

Digital technologies enable new disruptive business models and fundamentally improved e-government solutions. They can transform the Digital Single Market into the main engine of growth and job creation. The workshop aims at giving an overview of most advanced market and technological trends built on mobile connectivity and cloud computing. It points at Estonia and South Korea as leading jurisdictions that made the most of digital technologies both in private and public sectors. It examines net neutrality and cybersecurity as upcoming political and regulatory challenges.

Digital technologies enable new disruptive business models and fundamentally improved e-government solutions. They can transform the Digital Single Market into the main engine of growth and job creation. The workshop aims at giving an overview of most advanced market and technological trends built on mobile connectivity and cloud computing. It points at Estonia and South Korea as leading jurisdictions that made the most of digital technologies both in private and public sectors. It examines net neutrality and cybersecurity as upcoming political and regulatory challenges.

Extern avdelning

Nick Sohnemann (FutureCandy, Germany), Christoph Pennings (iDate, France), Edwin Maaskant (Gartner Consulting, USA), Robert D. Atkinson (Information Technology & Innovation Foundation - ITIF, USA), Kim Soung Hie (KAIST Graduate School of IT & Media Management, South Korea), Silver Tammik (Economic Affairs at the Permanent Representation of Estonia to the EU, Belgium), Anne Fleur van Veenstra (TNO Strategy & Policy, Netherlands), J. Scott Marcus (Wissenschaftliches Institut für Infrastruktur und Kommunikationsdienste, Germany) and Andreas Mitrakas (European Union Agency for Network and Information Security - ENISA, Belgium)