In Cloud Lies Convenience: Gov India Endorses Cloud Computing In a world where ventures and individuals are dubious in regards to cloud computing, content security and data integrity in particular, the Indian central government stands distinct by taking perhaps the boldest in nationwide IT management decisions of all times. The Department of Information Technology India is convinced to transfer the critical information infrastructure all the way to the cloud. The chalked out shift involves formulating a national cloud based network that will serve to connect data centers for each of the constituent Indian states. The said cloud based network is
Taking “Cloud Computing” Too Literally: Hilarious Comments by Indian Anti-Graft Crusader Cloud computing is a serious issue, and with nanotechnology and biotechnology, promise to transform human civilization over the next few decades. However, even when discussing such serious business, we occasionally come across moments of hilarity that grab our attention. Regular readers of this website may remember my earlier attempt at humor writing on the occasion of All Fool’s Day (April 1) (See: Cloud Computing Without The Internet – Is It Possible?); however, what I am about to narrate today is not a figment of my imagination but all true.
Blackberry Cloud Computing Solution? By Sourya Biswas BlackBerry manufacturer RIM (Research In Motion) and the Indian government have been at loggerheads for some time now due to the latter’s insistence on monitoring BlackBerry data citing security concerns. With such data being stored on servers outside India, the country’s security agencies could not access it leading to friction with the company. Now, it seems that RIM has found a solution to meet official demands while at the same time maintaining its security agreements with BlackBerry users in India. According to reports, RIM has offered lawful interception in its security architecture through