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CloudCamp Milan 2009: Univ. Bocconi (EntER)
CloudCamp Milan 2009: Univ. Bocconi (EntER)
CloudCamp Milan 2009: Univ. Bocconi (EntER)
CloudCamp Milan 2009: Univ. Bocconi (EntER)
CloudCamp Milan 2009: Univ. Bocconi (EntER)
CloudCamp Milan 2009: Univ. Bocconi (EntER)
CloudCamp Milan 2009: Univ. Bocconi (EntER)
CloudCamp Milan 2009: Univ. Bocconi (EntER)
CloudCamp Milan 2009: Univ. Bocconi (EntER)
CloudCamp Milan 2009: Univ. Bocconi (EntER)
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CloudCamp Milan 2009: Univ. Bocconi (EntER)

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  • 1. Cloud Computing for business An introduction Francesco M. Sacco Managing director EntER, Bocconi University Milan, September 10, 2009 EntER Centre for research on Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs
  • 2. EntER,A short presentation RESEARCH AREAS Research streams Entrepreneurship • corporate entrepreneurship • foundation and development of new firms • foundation and development of innovative firms • conditions for entrepreneurial development in industrial ecosystems and districts Family Business • entrepreneurship in family firms • strategic management of family firms, business development strategies, and financing techniques • institutional structures of family businesses, intra- and inter-generational ownership dynamics, family pacts • governance and management in family businesses EntER Centre for research on Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs -2 -
  • 3. EntER,A short presentation There are essentially three target markets for the Centre’s research activity: Public bodies/policy makers • all purposes of policy making • projection scenarios on sector trends • sector studies • analysis of market trends and economic phenomena Business associations • sector studies, and analysis of relevant economic phenomena • projection scenarios on sector trends • promoting sector monitoring centres and sector publications Firms • analysis of a specific firm from a historical and/or corporate perspective, • generally in order to draft a publication on that firm • studies on behaviour of economic players (firms, entrepreneurial families, consumers, business groups, etc.) • sector studies EntER Centre for research on Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs -3 -
  • 4. EntER, recent activities Povinciadi Matera + Project for a business virtual incubator in aerospace Booz & Company Observatory on mid sized family business How management consulting should change as a consequence of the financial crisis How to finance next generation networks (NGN)? The impact of next generation networks (NGN) on the Italian economy Firms and entrepreneurship in the North West of Italy Babson + London Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Business School Politecnicodi Milano + Start Cup + PNI other universities MIFaccioImpresa First Italian Entrepreneurship Fair EntER Centre for research on Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs -4 -
  • 5. Where are we now? EntER Centre for research on Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs
  • 6. Whereis Italy? Total factor productivity (index, 2000=100), 1980-2006 Negative growth Source: ISTAT, 2008 EntER Centre for research on Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs
  • 7. Whereis Italy? The most important determinant for economic growth is entrepreneurship, not imitative entrepreneurship but innovative entrepreneurship Baumol, Litane Schramm “Good Capitalism, Bad Capitalism” EntER Centre for research on Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs
  • 8. Why the CloudCamp? • Estimated 43billion$ opportunity • Questionto CIOs:WhatarethebiggestITtrendsdrivingspendingdecisionsin 2009and 2010? EntER Centre for research on Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs
  • 9. Why the CloudCamp? CLOUD COMPUTING CUSTOMERS Start-ups Web-based business, SaaS, collaboration services, widget providers, mobile services, social networking Gaming and entertainment companies Small businesses Online businesses, online presence, collaboration, enterprise integration Enterprises R&D projects, quick promotions, widgets, online collaboration, partner integration, social networking, new business ventures EntER Centre for research on Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs
  • 10. Thank you for your attention! francesco.sacco@unibocconi.it francesco.sacco@uninsubria.it f.sacco@equiliber.org "The future ishere. It's just notevenlydistributedyet." William Gibson

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