International footprints

1 février 2007 | Cigref in english

Co-Founder of EuroCIO and member of the Advisory Board – www.eurocio.org
Affiliate of IT Governance Institute, founder of the first national chapter of ITGI with the French chapter of ISACA – www.itgi.org

Active member of European IT competencies’ Workshop led by the European Commitee for Standardization (CEN/ISS)

Partnerships include: Open Group, EVUA, World Summit on the Information Society, MIT, McKinsey

Microsoft signed its first Users Association’s Memorandum of Understanding with CIGREF in 2003

[Cigref report] 5G: Preparations and opportunities – 5G’s influence on architectures

The English version of the Cigref report "5G : Anticipation et opportunités - Influence de la 5G sur les architectures" is now available. This report is the result of the reflections of its working group "Influence of 5G on architectures", led by Thierry Borgel,...

[Cigref report] Understanding quantum computing to prepare for the unexpected

Just a few years ago, quantum computing was a utopian dream. Today, however, it is beginning to take root in people's minds. It promises to replace the law of Gordon Moore, a cofounder of Intel who predicted that computing capacity would double every year...up to the...

[Cigref report] IT/OT convergence: A fruitful integration of information systems and operational systems

Convergence IT/OT - Corporations are undertaking wide-ranging projects to seize the growing opportunities data processing offers to optimise and add value to their businesses. It is in this context that the Cigref "IT-OT Convergence" working group led by Gilles...

Gaia-X : lancement de l’initiative franco-allemande en faveur de l’émergence d’un marché européen du cloud de confiance

Le Cigref se félicite du lancement de la fondation Gaia-X et du puissant soutien que lui accordent les gouvernements français et allemands. La fondation Gaia-X se dote aujourd’hui d’une structure de gouvernance permettant d’assurer les objectifs définis dans le position paper du 18 février 2020. Les 22 membres fondateurs sont représentatifs des différentes parties prenantes du marché du cloud : académique, associatifs, fournisseurs et utilisateurs de solutions ou services numériques.