News:COIN Results: The COIN Book and the COIN Final Conference - Vienna 8-9 Nov 2011
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The COIN Book is published and available on the COIN Portal
We are very proud to announce the publication of the COIN Book, now also available as pdf for download from here: http://www.coin-ip.eu/research/coin-results/the-coin-book
The book is the result of the Consortium effort to disseminate the COIN vision and results to the interested stakeholders.
The COIN book addresses the current state of the art and current practice, future scenarios and challenges for research and innovation of networking enterprises in the context of Future Internet Enterprise Systems. The COIN book is made of diverse parts following the projects’ main research and demonstration threads covering the broad research results and presents them in a manageable and comprehensive overview for an interesting reading.
The COIN Final Conference has been successfully held in Vienna - Nov 8-9, 2011
The conference was organised in 2 sessions with Technical and Business focus; the main outcomes and presentations are now available.
Interoperability and Collaboration IT Services for Enterprises Led by Sergio Gusmeroli - TXT e-solutions.
The COIN technical heritage is very significant and important. The COIN Vision and Motto is opening new scenarios for Enterprise Software Applications incumbents and also for new PPP models. The Generic Service Platform federation is an anticipation of the Future Internet PPP Core Platform Generic Enablers and could contribute to them Enterprise Interoperability information (services & knowledge), mostly in its federated form, is becoming a necessity for enterprises and needs to be considered a public good for growth. Enterprise Collaboration is a way to achieve more open innovation at all levels: product, service, market and business model innovation. Interoperability and Collaboration Business Cases for Enterprises
Led by Man-Sze Li - IC Focus.
The CON business research has assessed the business viability and future prospects for the Interoperability Service Utility (ISU) - one of the Grand Challenges from the first version of the research roadmap of the FInES Cluster - and its instantiation ("SaaS-U") in a number of business domains together with business pilots correlating to different levels of enterprise maturity. Utility services are in principle economically viable in ICT. While the ISU has disruptive potential, market forces might foreclose the openness of the ISU. Under these circumstances, the potential benefits and effects of innovation for enterprises would be much harder to materialise, and severely curtailed. Utility service infrastructures are a critical enabler for emerging and new business ecosystems. A key research question is the innovation potential of market systems and new modes of exchange and their impacts on next-generation enterprise systems at the level of the firm and enterprise networks.
Please find the presentations here: COIN Final Conference - 8-9 Nov 2011 Sessions Presentations http://www.coin-ip.eu/coin-community/events/data/coin-final-conference-vienna-8-9-nov-2011/coin-final-conference-8-nov-2011-session
Enjoy your reading!
The COIN Consortium