Cover: Ubiquitous Developments of the Digital Single Market

Ubiquitous Developments of the Digital Single Market

Published in: European Parliament, Directorate-General for Internal Policies, Policy Department A: Economic and Scientific Policy (Brussels: European Union, Oct. 2013)

Posted on Oct 1, 2013

by Anne Fleur van Veenstra, J. Scott Marcus, Jonathan Cave, Noor Huijboom, Dieter Elixmann, Annette Hillebrand, Helen Rebecca Schindler, Veronika Horvath

Ubiquitous solutions providing access from anywhere at any time are a next step for government and commercial services, and are expected to result in lower costs, increased flexibility, and an enhanced user experience. These solutions, based on modern cloud technologies, may facilitate re-use across borders, avoid duplication and achieve scale economics as well as cross-border interoperability for e-government services.

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