Ppt on private public and global enterprises

The issue of contract and agency labour (CAL) was established as a key priority for the ICEM at the ICEM’s World Congress in 2003 At the 2007 ICEM World.

Ecuador - Results of the new law Positive Over 3,600 “outsourcing” companies have closed. About 200,000 public and private workers changed from outsourced to permanent jobs (although in many cases, only for one year). Thousands of workers /Global Unions.” Among the many principles: “Agency workers must be specifically guaranteed the right to join a union with a collective bargaining relationship with the user enterprise and be part of a bargaining unit comprising direct employees of the user enterprise and/

PROGRAM ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSE OUTLINE Session 1. INTRODUCTION OF ALL IN MBA CLASS !!! Self Entrepreneurship story !!! Nature and development of Entrepreneurship.

to Companies that demand ISO 9000 Companies whose competitors are seeking this certification. Companies with geographical and global operations Companies whose parental companies need this certification. WHOM ISO DOES NOT HELP: Companies that see/SOCIALISM: The private enterprise does not contribute to the economy and is entirely controlled by the government!!! No scope for Entrepreneurship !!! MIXED ECONOMY- Private & Public Sector Ex India. Public Sector Units take care of manufacture and sale of /

Indian Economy. Growth and Development of the Economic Firmament.

and improving the quality of vocational education and training system.  It proposed to launch a major “National Skills Development Mission” to improve the public sector skill development infrastructure and promote private-public partnership in the field.  The programme was to support private/requirements. Problems of Public Sector Enterprises :  Price policy of public enterprise As regards the pricing policy of public sector enterprise, we can find 2 different approaches  The public utility approach  /

The economic crisis in Russia: Fragility and Robustness of Globalisation Satoshi Mizobata KIER, Kyoto University Workshop in Vietnam, September 2009.

) External reserve ($ billion) 1998 crisis GKO, government GKO holders (banks) 2010 2008 crisis Loans, global crisis and banks and enterprises Debtors (banks, enterprises) 500800 Comparison of crisis in 1998 and 2008 88 Financial deficitsFinal debtors 1998 crisis Large deficitsgovernment 2008 crisis Stable surplus, austerity economic policy, sterilization policy Enterprises and banks (private but semi- government, government) Comparison of three crises 199219982008/2009 Political crisisYes No Decline of/

Results of the project «System analysis and forecast in the field of science and technology» for «Environment and natural resources» sector» Expert group:

E1) Production globalization. - (E2) Market fluctuations for resources and rates of exchange. - (Eco4) Water basins and other environment /enterprises and foreign research centers - Part of activities financed by public-private partnership - Number of commercialized and patented developments (including experimental- industrial samples) for key products (services) directions. - Quantity of projects realized jointly with enterprises and foreign research centers - Part of activities financed by public-private/

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Landscaping and Review of Approaches and Technologies for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Opportunities for Action Main.

as production costs driven down HIGHLOWHIGHLOW 113 iv. Opportunity Areas for urban slum sanitation Total global slum population without improved sanitation estimated to be some 800 million people: Conventional sewered networks/. Greater flexibility in management models (associations of service providers, mixed private- public enterprises, franchising to the private sector etc.). Group connections. Learning projects and alliances. Multiple use approaches. Minimize water consumption. Municipal water companies /

Curriculum Vitae Preston Williams III SUMMARY Preston Williams III is Senior Partner & Chief Information Officer (CIO) at GBC® Global Services. He is.

Public/Private/Hybrid) ▪ Software as a Service (SaaS). ▪ IBM Signature Selling Method (SSM™) Professional, (B2B), Statement of Work (SoW) Development, IBM International Customer Agreement (IICA) ▪ Sold enterprise solutions (CRM/ ERP/ASP) and professional services including change management, re-engineering strategy and / the Cloud?” Cloudbook Journal, Vol 3 Issue 1, 2012 “The CIO’s Role in Going Global.” Enterprise Efficiency, June 2012 "I have known Preston for over thirty years during which time I have /

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A Knowledge Innovation TM Project Proposal On The National Council for Public - Private Partnership June 23, 2005, Cairo.

. As Most medium and large-scale enterprises (SMEs) have extensive education and training facilities and centres for research and innovation. So, that the potential partnership between Public and private sectors, will hold opportunities to develop training courses to Public sector employees.As Most medium and large-scale enterprises (SMEs) have extensive education and training facilities and centres for research and innovation. So, that the potential partnership between Public and private sectors, will hold/


a number of products  Adverse changes in climatic conditions, both short-term and long-term (global warming and associated increase in arid and semi-arid land, growing water scarcity, instability, weather conditions, etc.)  / to biotic and abiotic factors and product quality 1 Conducting researchreportNIO, universities, international centers, private companies 2014-2030RB, international grants. funds of enterprises 2 Attracting leading foreign scientists to implement R & D The report, publication in the /

Restructuring Status Report: Portfolio Committee August 2002 Page 1 Presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises Presenter:Malixole Gantsho.

Economic Impact Internal to the firm, industry or sector Broader economic impacts Social impacts Enhancing efficiency and effectiveness of state enterprises Reducing the public sector borrowing requirement Ensuring wider participation in the South African economy Accessing globally competitive technology Attracting foreign direct investment and portfolio inflows Mitigating possible negative social impacts arising from restructuring Creating effective market structures in the sectors currently dominated by/

SKOLL CENTRE FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP1 Session 6 Social Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP34 Brokerage Models SKOLL CENTRE FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP35 Policy and Social Enterprise The formation of a Social Enterprise Unit within DTI (2002), now incorporated within the/and programs Bring together private and public social investors with social entrepreneurs and social purpose organizations Created in tandem with ACCESS (Keystone) Ratings agency designed to give SEs recognition under a common, global profiling system SKOLL CENTRE FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP51 Quality assurance and/

Department of Public Enterprises DATE - 28 October 2015 Page 1 South African Port Operations Restructuring Meeting:Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises.

public sector debt burden, raise efficiency of public sector fixed investment Improve service delivery (higher efficiency at lower cost) Modernise SA port system to be globally competitive in terms of planning operations,systems and structures Leads to private sector participation in operations via concessions that retain public ownership and harness private investment and/that flows from private sector participation and extend beyond the gains from commercialisation of state owned enterprises. To drive /

1 Valuation: Lecture Note Packet 2 Relative Valuation and Private Company Valuation Aswath Damodaran Updated: September 2012.

million/ 1.138 5 = $5,172 million (The cost of capital for Global Crossing is 13.80%) –The probability that Global Crossing will not make it as a going concern is 77%. –Expected Enterprise value today = 0.23 (5172) = $1,190 million 76 Relative valuation /– 0.11 (0)= 12.88% $0.521 (1-.1288) = $0.454 million 124 II. Private company sold to publicly traded company The key difference between this scenario and the previous scenario is that the seller of the business is not diversified but the buyer is (or at /

2016 Overview. Cloud Is Transforming The Enterprise Endpoint and branch office file services, collaboration, and data protection represent over $15 billion.

and Tenant Consolidation Simple Management, Global Dedupe Full Automation & Orchestration Suite APIs to provision, monitor and bill Your Files. Your Cloud. enabling the enterprise cloud IT and user services transformation an innovative two-tier, global and unified file services architecture a private SaaS platform you deploy and/ preview of 50+ document formats CTERA Agent Browse Online Share this file Copy public link Version History An Intuitive & Easy- to-Use Interface 47NDA CONFIDENTIAL An Intuitive/

- 0 - Infrastructure Finance and Microfinance: Asia and Europe Korea Fixed Income Research Institute 2008 ASEM Finance Ministers’ Meeting Jeju, Korea June.

the European supranational organizations including EU, EIB and EBRD Global capital markets should be tapped in an /public and private sectors supporting development of “new” member countries Recently, MF market in Europe shows the tendency to,,,,, In European countries, MF activities are focused on,,, An important element of EC-wide SME policy: Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Program, Joint European Resources for Micro to Medium Enterprises (JEREMIE) Economic/financial development Active public/

Keynote to: Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research Conference (SIERC), Massey University 12 th February 2016 Rendering the social solidarity economy:

Public sector Private economy Social and solidarity economy (SSE) Based on Westall, A (2001) Value-Led, Market-Driven: social enterprise solutions to public policy, London: IPPR Grants / no owners shares / private owners Relationship to private capital Trustor + public benefit Member + public benefit Member + investor benefit Member Benefit Mutual benefit Private (corporate) investor benefit State / public/ (grown from 23.8% to 27.3% of the global market). Evidence of a paradigm shift 915 million people get /

NAFTA at 13 Oversold, Flawed & Failing

environment and safety on the job. 4. PRIVATIZATION. Selling of state-owned enterprises, goods and services to private investors. This includes banks, key industries, railroads, highways, electricity, schools, hospitals and even /public goods by defining traditional state and local governance mechanisms as non-tariff barriers to trade. Contradictions between private profit and public interest appear at the sub-national level but their resolution is engaged at the global level between private investors and/

FINANCING FOR DEVELOPEMENT: SITUATION, CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES The case of Viet Nam Le Viet Duc Ministry of Planning and Investment of Viet Nam at.

Remittances from Vietnamese Overseas Other foreign capital (foreign private investment) Proper Capital of population and enterprises Capital from the State Budget: The total budget/ in total loans: + Non-public sectors account for 47% of the total credit + State-run businesses occupies 39% + Enterprises with foreign investment occupies 14%. /firmly maintain the stability of global and regional economy so as to minimize possible financial crises’ impacts on financial market and growth of poor countries. /

Gender and Climate Change Financing

: equity basis of UNFCCC Key messages Part I: Gender and Financial Markets: brief over view Myths about women and finance( whole group exercise) Stylized facts on gender and global finance & the state of play in Climate finance Part II the architecture and governance framework of climate change financing Public financing - Private sector financing (Carbon Financing) Other forms of Private sector financing - Innovative Financing Small Group exercise with article/

World Bank PSD Conference

and quality of healthcare and affordable housing Ensuring public safety and security Enhancing the development and promotion of Malaysian culture, arts and heritage NATIONAL MISSION, 2006-2020 Investment Incentives . . . Pioneer status or Investment tax allowance for manufacturing companies Incentives for small- & medium-scale enterprise Training and R&D Grant Incentives for high technology companies Incentives for strategic projects Incentives for R&D SUPPORTING PRIVATE/global market linkages PUBLIC-PRIVATE/

Agility Platform Overview

Platform… and we sell it to very large Global Enterprises like UBS, Pfizer, Visa, and others The Agility Platform is a Cloud Management Platform… and its used to deploy and manage enterprise-grade platforms and applications portfolios/: Agility Platform is the only enterprise grade cloud management platform that: Automates the deployment and management of enterprise applications across private, public and hybrid cloud environments Enforces governance, compliance and security across the full lifecycle of/

1 Business, Investment and Technology Services EU-UNIDO Dialogue on Industrial and SME Policy Implementation Nilgün Taş Unit Chief and Deputy to the Director,

& export consortia Industrial Upgrading and Modernization Policy Creation and Development of Enterprises through special programs EDIP, ICT services Upgrading & Restructuring pilot projects and building national consulting capabilities Tools and Services Investment planning, technological upgrading and innovation Fostering Inter-Firm Partnerships and Cooperation Public Private and Business Partnerships link local industries to global value chains Clusters, Business Linkages and Export Consortia Creation/


global customer Pre-sales, subcontracts, supply Financing and insurance Commercial transactions: ordering, delivery, payment Product service and maintenance Co-operative product development Distributed co-operative working Use of public and private services Business-to-administrations (e.g. customs, etc) Transport and logistics Public/ that has been transformed from raw data to reflect the real dimensionality of the enterprise as understood by the user. The term OLAP (On-Line Analytical Processing) was/

CHAPTER 2 GLOBAL CAPITALISM. MEET CAP 1.Capitalism (CAP) runs the world. 2.CAP is more powerful than any nation, government, corporation, institution,

public & private debt- management; tax increases; & political multilateralism (policy consulting with key financial benefactors). “The global currency and banking crises of the 1990s and the investment banking scandal of 2008-2009 demonstrated that the largest and/is the ideology of most Western nations (especially the USA). Its bedrock principles include the importance of private enterprise, free (borderless) trade, minimum government encroachment on the “invisible hand” (impersonal marketplace) of /

Grassroots response to the global crisis: The social economy Nancy Neamtan CERIUM Capitalism in crisis July 2 2010.

: Our economy is not binary (public and private); it is plural privatepublic – collective A plural economy:. allows for choices between private, public or collective control of production and distribution. avoids creating a hierarchy of forms. recognises the specificity of each form of enterprise. an economy with a market vs a market economy. The social economy: where?  The social/solidarity economy is emerging as a global movement  National, regional, continental/

The developmental role of public enterprise in the GCC

GCC Steffen Hertog London School of Economics Conventional wisdom on state-owned enterprises (SOEs) Post Washington Consensus: state is allowed to play a role in development, but state ownership of productive assets is still seen as negative global trend of SOE privatization Rentier states perceived as having particularly weak administrative structures and public sectors Algerian, Indonesian, Iranian, Venezuelan, Mexican etc. precedents of bad SOE management/

Enterprise Java v131013EJB: Session Beans1. Enterprise Java v131013EJB: Session Beans2 Needs and JavaSE/EE Implementation Options.

and remote interfaces, this only works for simple data models – more later Enterprise Java v131013EJB: Session Beans38 Example Session Bean: Bean Class package ejava.examples.ejbsessionbank.ejb; import javax.annotation.*; import javax.ejb.*; import javax.persistence.*;... @Stateless public class TellerEJB implements TellerLocal, TellerRemote { private/tests run by failsafe plugin Enterprise Java Remoting JNDI Tree (Internally Accessible) java:global/ejbsessionBankEAR/ejbsessionBankEJB/TellerEJB!ejava./


of the financial sector to deliver wide access to services like credit and loans, is an important aspect of the joint international efforts to support African women entrepreneurs and those operating in the micro, small and medium enterprises. Finally I will like see more Regional Economic Communities as well private sector and civil society and all stakeholders, have to work together as a team to develop a/

Public Forests And Public Forest Agencies in Transition: Global Trends Andy White, PhD International Forum on Public Forest Reform Beijing, September 27,

logging common Timber increasingly produced on private and community lands Increased role/voice of civil society, demand for independent verification Increased social demand for tourism, ecosystem services Reduced cost of information: generation and dissemination, expectation of transparence Growing importance of global trade – challenge of keeping rural industry competitive Changing Context for Public Forest Agencies Key Trend (1) Reforming State-Owned Enterprises: Context An issue in E/

Introduction : Before 1991, economic development of the country was due to the public sector. But it is realized that public sector was insufficient due.

public sector. The existing enterprises of private sector are partially or fully sold to private sector. Following measure are adopted through privatization : a) Reducing nos. of industries reserved for public sector from 17 to 8. b) Public sector share are sold to foreign investor, mutual funds etc. c) Sick industries cases are forward to Board of industrial & financial reconstruction. Globalization/ cars, cigarettes, hazardous, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and some luxury items  Business houses intending to/

Taiwan’s Economic and Industrial Development and Investment Environment Department of Investment Services (DOIS) Berton B.C. Chiu, Director-general Sept.

private investment to maintain a 1.68% growth rate.  New and added investment cases under the MOEAs oversight will amount to more than NT$1.007 trillion. Foreign trade Maintaining a stable situation:  Although the global/Foreign Nationals, Negative List for Investment by Overseas Chinese and Foreign Nationsals  Prohibitions: Prohibited investments Enterprises having a negative impact on national security, public order, good morals, or public health. Enterprises in which investment is prohibited by law.  /

PUBLIC The Latest Business Trends in China 8 April 2013 By: Montgomery Ho, Head of Commercial Banking, HSBC China.

(USD 1.5 trillion) in public and private investment including financial incentives and subsidies. The government has since refuted such claims.  Detailed policies with specific targets and guidance across sectors will be released overtime/PUBLIC Theme B: Overseas development and “Going out” ObjectivesGovernment planOutlook 1. Encourage and support PRC companies in “Going out”  The government remains committed to helping PRC companies to “Go out” and “Go global” by: -Supporting major PRC enterprises and/

Business Ethics: A New Style of Management and Investment Professor David M. Chen Graduate Institute of Finance Fu Jen Catholic University Spring 2007.

creating a level playing field and providing a long-term business advantage. Apply to bribery of public officials and to private-to-private transactions. Countering Bribery Business principles/’ s family, friends, associates or acquaintances. 2.Political contributions The enterprise, its employees or agents should not make direct or indirect contributions to/effective ’ in its anti-corruption work. One in six surveyed globally thinks that their government actually encourages corruption rather than fighting it/

Day 1: 1. OVERVIEW OF ICT 1.1. Definition of ICT I.C.T. stands for Information and Communications Technology. It replaces the term I.T. (Information Technology)

provide for businesses, include: Linking chamber of commerce, trade associations and enterprises to both national and global trade; Reduced commercial transaction costs; Online trade related information and import/export opportunities; Development and marketing of new products through electronic networks. 1.2.5. ICT for Good Governance ICT is a powerful tool that can be used to facilitate macroeconomic and public sector management. Efforts to stabilize the macroeconomic environment/

THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT LO1 - Know the range of different businesses and their ownership.

owned by members of the public and institutional investors, such as large banks or insurance companies. The directors are paid a salary to run the company and may, or may not, own shares. Selling shares to the public means that this type of company can raise large amounts of money to expand or develop the enterprise. ScenarioCriteriaTasks 13456789 1011121314151617181920 2 Private Co-Operative - Two variations on/

E-Commerce Architectures and Technologies Rob Oshana Southern Methodist University.

or no connection to any other internal systems The Internet is the public, global network of networks which is based on the Internet Protocol (IP) and related standards Designed to provide a standard means of interconnecting networks (/ systems A private application of the same internetworking technology, software, and applications within a private network, for use within an enterprise Internet, Intranet, Extranet May be entirely disconnected from the public Internet –usually linked to it and protected from /

HPC in the Cloud Impact on Future Enterprise Architectures Dr. Tirumale K (TK ) Ramesh The Boeing Company NCOIC Cloud Computing Working Group

Cloud Services Future Enterprise Architectures demands Cloud Service & Delivery Model Trade-offs 4 IaaS PaaS SaaS Private Public Hybrid User Responsible for Security Vendor Responsible for Security Adaptation to Future Architectures Reliability Interoperability security Reliability Interoperability Adaptation to Future Architectures Open Standard Specifications Proprietary Specifications better concernsbetter PaaS (IaaS high cost) With balanced options, Security is still an issue for global operations Basis/

Assuring Growth through Innovation and Research The essential role of Public-Private Partnerships Dr. Noureddine Boukhatem Université Mohamed Premier

system Governance Regime Taxation and regulation of enterprise Enterprise access to finance Size of manufacturing base Organization of the university sector Levels and orientation of government-funded Research; and the Role and weight of different public institutions. Industrial and technological specializations N. Boukhatem UMP Common characteristics of successful national systems, An ability to generate long-term and risky investment at scale for new ideas, both public and private. These new ideas are/

Jack Pellicci VP,Global Service Industries Oracle Corporation Spatially Enabling the e-Everything Enterprise in a Digital Economy.

, Start Small, Scale Fast, Deliver Value Emphasize simplicity and completeness Centralize and manage complexity-- on network Integrate public and private spatial services Provide distributed access to integrated location based services Share everything--data, content, infrastructure Create meaningful public-private partnerships around standards Critical Success Factors The Challenge Can You Support the Vision for the Spatially Enabled, e-Everything Global Enterprise Can the GSDI Initiatives Support the New/

1 SYMPOSIUM Governmental Assistance for Industries and Businesses The French response Tokyo, December 16, 2009.

6 © De Pardieu Brocas Maffei A.A.R.P.I. Pre-crisis European support policies n Historical lending activity:  Borrowers: public bodies and private enterprises.  Sectors: sectors of the economy provided the project satisfies at least one of the six lending objectives mentioned above:  Type / months ago). never reached n The initial caps that the Government had in mind initially for this program, i.e. a global amount of EUR 360 bn / 47,178 bn JPY was in fact never reached (360 = EUR 265 of refinancing by /

© 2005 by Institute for Energy, Law & Enterprise, University of Houston Law Center. All rights reserved. 1 PMRE/BUET & UH IELE WORKSHOP Global Scan Dhaka,

national budget Direct reporting to ministry level Vertical integration –Exploration and production to refining and marketing Large employment base Non-energy responsibilities * NOC = national (sovereign owned) oil company © 2005 by Institute for Energy, Law & Enterprise, University of Houston Law Center. All rights reserved. 63 Typical, IOC** Structure Many shareholders -- concept of “publicly-held” private companies No link to national budgets No direct reporting to ministry/

1 IPE-K 2013.03.22 IPE-K: Technological Innovation and International Competitiveness *Some parts of this note are borrowed from references for teaching.

ment research institutes Strategic program for tech. Business (R&BD, TBI, NTB) Globalization of technology Pursuit newly launched technology business and investment Innovative Capability of Private secret Innovative Capability of Private secret 2010s Green Technology Promotion Strategic increase of R&D invest- ment in GT /.0) 81,699 (42.2) 72,208 (39.1) 113,676 (30.6) Large Enterprises 94,053 (57.9) 112,015 (57.7) 112,460 (60.8) 257,813 (69.4) Other (Public sector) 110 (0.1) 103 (0.1) 216 (0.1) (0.0) (Unit/

Java Persistence API v1.0 a standard for ORM frameworks and POJO based Persistence Magnus Larsson

database public class Employee { private Long id; private Long version; private String firstName; private String lastName; private Money salary; private Address address; // Setters and getters // left out } Cadec 2007 - Java Persistence API v1.0, Slide 8 Copyright 2007, Callista Enterprise AB/model –Support for transactions Both JPA resource local and JTA/EJB CMT global transactions Cadec 2007 - Java Persistence API v1.0, Slide 15 Copyright 2007, Callista Enterprise AB JPA 1.0 - Declarative Object Relational/

India and the Knowledge Economy: Leveraging Strengths and Opportunities Carl Dahlman and Anuja Utz World Bank Institute November 9, 2004 New Delhi.

into global economy Low productivity of state enterprises and of state itself Weak investment climate, onerous regulation Education and Skills High illiteracy, low average educational attainment Low secondary and tertiary attainment, gender imbalance Underdeveloped system of life long learning Brain drain with limited brain gain Innovation System Limited use of foreign direct investment, technology transfer Low R&D levels and productivity, low private R&D Poor public, private, university/

For broker/dealer use only. Not for use with the public. INVESTMENT PRODUCTS: NOT FDIC INSURED NO BANK GUARANTEE MAY LOSE VALUE.

stronger reliance on a wider network KEY IMPLICATIONS FOR PRIVATE WEALTH ADVISORS For broker/dealer use only. Not for use with the public. Source: World Wealth Report 2011. Higher value placed on expertise and skills Wealthy will place high value on investment expertise, trustworthiness, financial expertise, communication and attention to detail Effective leveraging of “Enterprise Value” can significantly drive client satisfaction Highest priority should be/

1 East Asian Economy: KBE and Innovation in East Asia * Some parts of this note are borrowed from the references for teaching purpose only. 1 East Asian.

associated with urbanization, emergence of new organizational forms, and regional and global trade—all these trends, in turn, are closely linked to agglomeration of people and ideas” 5 Stages of Economic Development 6 Factor-driven/ farmers  Innovating new sustainable enterprise models  Knowledge networking for critical capabilities  Building on indigenous social capital for enterprise development  Optimum mix of overseas development assistance, private, and public investment in various forms of capital/

PRESENTATION TO PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS 2012/2013 ANNUAL REPORT 09 October 2013 A global leader in the development and use of.

global leader in the development and use of Information and Communication Technologies for socio-economic development ICT ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT 21 Purpose: To oversee and manage the Government’s shareholding interest in public entities and to facilitate growth and development of small, medium, and micro enterprises/in the digital broadcasting sector. The dialogue sought to explore areas where public private partnership could be formed to reach the under-serviced communities. The dialogue also sought /

Globalization and MNCs. By using concepts such as systems, competition and connectivity, we can get very close to an understanding of what globalization.

state has been made possible by government regulation that created a balance of power between governments, large corporations, and the financial sector. Post WW11 globalization Neoliberal market globalism. This is based upon a deregulation of the corporate sector, the privatization of public enterprises and institutions, tax reductions for businesses and individuals, the setting of limits on the powers of labor unions, reducing the role of government in the/

Cloud Computing in the Enterprise: A Question of Control ….. And who has it …. INF5890 Ben Eaton 31/03/2014 1.

No control over underlying cloud infrastructure Control over ability to deploy and run software – operating systems and applications E.g. Amazon Web Services (AWS) Used for: /Private Cloud used for core data & services – Core Data Customer / HR / Finance & Accounting – Core Services Essential Business Processes core to the enterprise 42 Global adoption of cloud in the enterprise In order that Public Cloud is adopted more widely in enterprises either – Enterprises must learn to trust large scale public/

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