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Geographic Information System (GIS) Trends in India – An End User Perspective

The Geographic Information System (GIS) market is evolving from a distinct software market into a supporting technology that meets industry-specific business process needs. The benefits of GIS applications in planning, research and development, and deployment are changing the way business decisions are taken. GIS solutions are applied across a large spectrum of industries and applications that benefit from the features/functions of a comprehensive portfolio of all forms of geographically referenced information. more

Education & Healthcare – the new hot spots for Start-ups!

education_healthcare_new_hotspotsWhile we often hear about the Start-ups and their stories, discussions keep revolving around the next big opportunities for the zeitgeist of the start-up world. It was fortunate when two distinctive technology leaders – Mr. Khosla, co-founder of Sun Microsystems, and Mr. Nilekani, co-founder of Infosys Ltd, in a free-wheeling discussion, unveiled the surprise opportunities for start-ups, primarily in the sectors like healthcare and education. more

Government of India’s Cloud Initiative

It’s an era of “virtualization”, ”any time any where services’,  and “delivery on demand network”. Cloud computing, a new paradigm of service delivery, is essentially a model in which dynamically scalable and virtualized information is delivered on-demand over the network by a pay-per-use model. more

India to go the ‘cloud’ way for e-governance

India might soon become the first country in the world to deliver e-governance services to citizens using cloud-based IT services. The
government is having a dialogue with the apex software industry body, Nasscom, on how to roll out e-governance services using this emerging technology, which fast gaining acceptance among enterprises for its affordability and ability to address large numbers of transactions. “A collaboration on e-governance via cloud technologies may include 90% of the citizen services, which have not yet been rolled out. It will also make project execution faster,” R Chandrashekhar, secretary for IT, ministry of it and communications, told ET in an exclusive interview. more