Using Cloud Services Key Takeaways – What You Should be Aware of?

In this article, JPM partner Ivan Milosevic gives a comprehensive insight into Part 2 of the JPM International DT Conference, held in November, with valuable solutions that result from different approaches and expectations of different stakeholders – citizens, scientists, project, digitalisation and technology leaders, regulators and commerce.

As government bodies and institutions and private companies are liable for personal data that citizens share with them for whatever reason and the Serbian Government makes an effort to provide government bodies and private companies with the possibility to use cloud services offered by the State Data Cloud Center in Kragujevac, we have gathered insights from European and national level stakeholders about mandatory and best practice requirements to be provided and required by CSPs.

This matter gains increased significance as, according to the Law on E-Government, all our personal data that the government bodies and institutions are responsible for will be stored on the server located in the premises of the State Data Cloud Center in Kragujevac.

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