Cloud technology has revolutionised the way governments reach out and take their services to the masses, and businesses across the world park their data online in a shared but secure environment and zero in on their target audience using data analytics. And what’s more, all this can be achieved without making much investment. Unlike previously, now there is no need for heavy investment in infrastructure to enjoy the benefits of Cloud Computing. Also, the technology has facilitated the pace and scale of communication like never before.
In the Indian context, Cloud Computing becomes all the more significant as the country treads the path of Digital India. The government has undertaken several initiatives and is consistently trying to find the ways on how best Cloud Computing can be used for ensuring better delivery of citizen-centric services.
With a view to shed light on and recognise the various landmark initiatives of the government as well as outstanding contributions by the private players, Elets Technomedia organised the“2nd CloudGov Summit 2015” recently at Le Meridien, New Delhi. The summit saw key stakeholders in various spheres of Cloud Computing— Cloud & Virtualisation, Big Data and Analytics, Security, Disaster Management, Internet of Things, mGovernance, Cloud for BFSI sector, etc—deliberating on the technology and suggesting ways to exploit its full potential to the advantage of masses.
We reproduce the speeches delivered by the key speakers in a nutshell here.
- Cloud for Good Governance Challenges & Opportunities – The Road Ahead
- Securing Cloud Infrastructure
- Special Presentation
- IoT & Cloud Computing Is it the Future?