Desde la Universidade Aberta (Portugal) y la Curtin University (Australia) han pedido nuestra colaboración en la elaboración de un estudio sobre la actitud que toman las organizaciones hacia los servicios Cloud Compunting.

Os facilitamos la invitación en inglés, pero la encuesta la encontraréis en español:

We are conducting a research to examine the organization attitudes to Cloud Computing. Your assistance in this research would be greatly appreciated and would assist in the success of its findings.

This research involves a survey, which will take up to 10 minutes to complete. This survey contains three sections. Please read each statement and then circle the number or tick the box, which shows how you feel.

To complete the survey please click on ( You can exchange between Spanish and English in the pull down menu in the right hand corner of the survey. If you feel uncomfortable in answering certain questions, please feel free to disregard them.

We would appreciate it if you can complete this survey within a week if possible, however, if this is too short a space of time, please respond as soon as you are able. The survey includes questions that will help us to examine the organization attitudes to “Cloud Computing” in Spain, Portugal and Australia simultaneously.

Participation in this research is completely voluntary. Participants may withdraw at any time without prejudice or negative consequences.

Any information provided by you through the survey will be held as strictly confidential. Information will not be disclosed to any parties besides the researchers, unless required to do so by law. Finally, the researchers will ensure that published material will not contain any information that can identify you or your organization.

We encourage you to participate because this research will provide valuable insights into how the organization attitudes to “Cloud Computing”. Please send this link to other work colleagues and friends with Cloud Computing interest. Your assistance in this research is greatly appreciated and is crucial for the success of its findings.

Your interest and consideration are greatly appreciated. If you need any additional information from us, please let us know by e-mail (+351 300 007 680) or at (+61 8 9266 7682).