Monday June 1, 2020

OSI is ahead of the cloud, says Amazon Web Services chief

Max Peterson of AWS says the Ordnance Survey of Ireland is leading the way for other state bodies

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

31st March, 2019
Max Peterson, head of Amazon Web Services’ public sector operation in Europe

The Ordnance Survey of Ireland (OSI) is setting a standard globally for using cloud technology, according to the head of Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) public sector operation in Europe.

Max Peterson told this newspaper that the OSI was providing a template not just for other departments in the Irish government, but for others around the world.

“The opportunities inside of Ireland for benefits to citizens are quite similar to the rest of the world....

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