James Eron co-founded ChinaNetCloud in 2008 and has served as Chief Operating Officer since that time. In today’s interview, Mr. Eron and Mr. Morgan bring to the table an interesting and in-depth discussion about cloud computing and capitalism model today in the internet.
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James Eron

James Eron co-founded ChinaNetCloud in 2008 and has served as Chief Operating Officer since that time. In today’s interview, Mr. Eron and Mr. Morgan bring to the table an interesting and in-depth discussion about cloud computing and capitalism model today in the internet.

We will learn about the concept of cloud computing and the advantages that can be gained. Mr. Eron speaks about what are people’s main concerns of keeping data with cloud computing, and how do they solve their negative perception. He also share with us his vision about where is cloud computing going to take us in terms of innovation. Find out more about how to use internet as a platform to gain economic value with Mr. Eron in this iV-Asia interview.

Mr. Eron has over 15 years of technology and management consulting experience in the US, Japan, and China. As a Sr. Manager in BearingPoint Management Consulting's Shanghai office, he managed business development and local project delivery teams for financial service clients. Mr. Eron has also held senior sales and operations positions in Chinese and US venture companies, including managing a successful merger.

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