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Benefits from the Infrastructure Projects in the JISC Managing Research Data Programme - 0 views

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    JISC's Managing Research Data programme has, with an investment of nearly £2M, funded a strand of eight Research Data Management Infrastructure (RDMI) projects to provide the UK Higher Education sector with examples of good research data management.

    The RDMI projects have identified requirements to manage data created by researchers within an institution, or across a group of institutions, and then piloted research data management infrastructures at institutional, departmental or research group level, to address these requirements.

    This report provides an analysis and synthesis of the benefits from this work identified by the eight RDMI projects in their benefits case studies, the benefits and enhancements that accrued to existing tools and methodologies from them, and the emerging business cases (as of June 2011) for sustainability being built by the RDMI projects.
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Cloud computing research at Queen Mary University - 0 views

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    The Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary, University of London has embarked on a three year project to undertake academic research in relation to cloud computing and to disseminate the key findings of that research.
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Cloud and the Future of Business: From Costs to Innovation - Part Four: Innovation - 0 views

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    The previous paper pointed major disruptive impacts of cloud as a business service. The changing technological base together with the disrupters will channel many innovative services and reconfiguration of the supply industry.
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Cloud and the Future of Business: From Costs to Innovation - Part Three: Impact - 0 views

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    Part three focuses on the impacts cloud will have on buyers and service providers.
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Cloud and the Future of Business: From Costs to Innovation - Part Two: Challenges - 0 views

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    Part two focuses on the challenges cloud will present for buyers and providers of services.
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Cloud and the Future of Business: From Costs to Innovation - Part One: Promise - 0 views

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    With cloud computing becoming an increasingly important element of the IT function of most organizations, this five-part report presents a state-of-the-art review of the key features of cloud computing and its likely near-term and long-term development trends.
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Towards the Australian Data Commons - 0 views

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    This paper is designed to encourage, inform and ultimately summarise the discussions around the appropriate strategic and technical descriptions of the Australian National Data Service; to fill in the outline in the Platforms for Collaboration investment plan.
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Dealing with data - 0 views

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    This Report explores the roles, rights, responsibilities and relationships of institutions, data centres and other key stakeholders who work with data. It concentrates primarily on the UK scene with some reference to other relevant experience and opinion, and is framed as "a snapshot" of a relatively fast-moving field. It is strategically positioned to provide a bridge between the high-level RIN Framework of Principles and Guidelines for the stewardship of research data, and practitioner-focussed technical development work
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Stewardship of digital research data - principles and guidelines - 0 views

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    Research data are an increasingly important and expensive output of the scholarly research process, across all disciplines. They are an essential part of the evidence necessary to evaluate research results, and to reconstruct the events and processes leading to them. Their value increases as they are aggregated into collections and as they become more available for re-use to address new and challenging research questions. But we shall realise the value of data only if we move beyond research policies, practices and support systems developed in a different era. We need new approaches to managing and providing access to research data.

    The framework is structured around five broad principles which provide a guide to the development of policy and practice for a range of key players: universities, research institutions, libraries and other information providers, publishers, and research funders as well as researchers themselves.

    In seeking to develop the framework further, all parties need to work collaboratively and to ensure that it is sensitive to the needs of researchers and the different contexts in which they work. All parties must also take account of relevant technical and policy-making developments in the UK and overseas.
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