Data Management requires radical overhaul.

Why is GARNET8 Collaboration Clouds (G8CC) 'Radical'?

The context for G8CC being 'Radical'.

For this we need to look to Tim Burners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web. With MIT, he is looking to radically overhaul his creation, to do this they've started the Solid project and this shares a number of similarities with G8CC.

Now, even though some of the terminology is different, they both share the same underlying goals albeit for two very different markets.

Whilst, the Solid project is focused on privacy for individuals, G8CC is designed to overhaul business data management. G8CC will allow Government Departments and Businesses of all sizes to harness data and deliver value, productivity, collaboration and governance.

How are Solid and G8CC both radical?

Well, both products focus on using data to empower the people it belongs to at a web scale. For the Solid project this would be individuals and for G8CC this is Government Departments and Businesses of all sizes.

G8CC allows Government Departments and Businesses of all sizes to deliver agility and value whilst removing duplicated effort.

How G8CC overhauls Data Management.

G8CC engenders a radical overhaul of the high cost, isolated, inflexible and replicative way we currently manage data. G8CC's unique selling point is its ability to build a foundation of agility and data reuse. G8CC does this across organisation boundaries without the organisation losing control of their data nor its integrity.

G8CC was built for the internet and makes the most of the capabilities it offers.

What are the objectives of G8CC?

  • Deliver a productive, engaged, coexisting, working environment, without silos or staff/department/organisational boundaries.
  • Ensure IT systems are flexible and agile.
  • Provide an application platform that runs in existing infrastructure or moves seamlessly into the cloud as your needs evolve.
  • Empower the organisation to make changes quickly and easily. This allow the use of both current and future data processing tools.
  • Deliver business and statutory polices within a collaborative environment.
  • Provide a viable alternative to 'Mass Replication' data collaboration and management technologies.