Who are we?

Emmanuel Mawet

Founder of the site and main author, I created this blog to deal with the issues of Digital Sovereignty, a subject that I gradually widened to technological innovations, the two being ultimately often interdependent.

This desire to share with you my knowledge and my convictions for these subjects comes from my atypical professional career. With a scientific background, I started my career in the field of clinical research. My natural curiosity led me to set up computer tools to optimize the monitoring of this activity. After ten years I crossed the Rubicon to take charge of IT project management. For twelve years now, I have been working and learning about IT themes, which have now become “digital”.

Currently IT project manager in a consulting structure, I also personally support start-ups, by investing time and / or money.

This experience allowed me to study and participate in, or even undergo, this digital evolution and its practical implications: technologies, methodologies, etc. It must be noted that, caught in the whirlwind of this transformation, we do not always take time to step back and reflect on the consequences, in the medium and long term, of our choices, both personal and professional.

I hope that reading the articles offered on this blog will help you to change your outlook on these themes, to take managerial ‘risks’ so as not to simply be in the ‘me too’ that I observe too often, everything by professing to be in search of disruptive innovation. I hope you enjoy reading these articles as much as I had writing them …



Aurélie Paris 

After ten years spent in the advice and legal drafting of public procurement procedures, I decided to convert myself to the web. After training as a web designer, I started a digital project manager course. As part of this retraining, my legal experience pushes me to take an interest in themes such as the GDPR and cybersecurity. Digital sovereignty flows naturally from these centers of interest.
Thanks to networks like LinkedIn, Emmanuel and I were able to exchange views and we decided to work together on his webzine in order to make it an essential meeting point in terms of digital sovereignty.




This blog is intended to be a space for exchange and sharing. If you want to contribute by writing articles or by other means, I will be happy to discuss with you about your proposals (via the contact form).


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