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Governments and cloud computing: roles, approaches, and policy considerations

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The authors identify six distinguishable but overlapping roles assumed by governments in their approaches to cloud computing: users, regulators, coordinators, promoters, researchers, and service providers. In this paper, they describe and discuss each of these roles in detail using examples and share high-level observations about the roles as well as the contexts in which they arise.


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