Cloud Computing, Data, Global Markets

Transatlantic Data Flows: Shift the Focus to How—Not If

It comes as no surprise that conversations about data protection are dominating capitals around the world. Unfortunately, those conversations are being twisted in a way that confuses the issues at hand and threatens policies like the EU-US Safe Harbor Agreement that help deliver the benefits at the core of the digital economy. This situation is … Read More >>

Cloud Computing, Data

Competing Visions for Europe’s Cloud

A quiet battle of wills has broken out among European policymakers who are pushing competing visions for how to capitalize on the most significant wave of innovation now underway in information technology: cloud computing.  All agree that by creating a new, more efficient architecture for computing, the cloud offers vast economic benefits. It lets enterprises … Read More >>

Cloud Computing, Global Markets, Industry

Securing the Benefits of Software Innovation and Growth

Software today is woven through the entire fabric of modern life — and yet software innovation continues to explode in exciting new directions, driven by dynamic forces such as cloud and mobile computing. That’s why, as I step down this week as CEO of BSA, I am optimistic about the industry’s future. Looking forward, I … Read More >>

Cloud Computing, Global Markets

TPP, ISA and the Cloud

This month negotiators from 11 countries are gathering in Singapore for an important round of negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade agreement. As it happens, Singapore provides the perfect backdrop for understanding the opportunity countries have to expand trade in digital services. Singapore has vaulted into the tier of countries with the best … Read More >>

Cloud Computing

The 2013 BSA Global Cloud Computing Scorecard: A Clear Path to Progress

It’s no secret that enterprises of all types and sizes are embracing cloud computing. Worldwide, that migration will add more than $1 trillion a year in new business revenues, according to research firm IDC. Less understood, however, is the fact that governments are promulgating a mismatched patchwork of laws and regulations that effectively chop the … Read More >>