News
News matching with tag "Data Centre"

Showing 56 to 60 of total 63 items
 
In an exclusive interview session with Informatics, Sh. Chandra Prakash, IAS Principal Secretary, IT & Electronics, GoUP talks about how the implementation of e-Governance initiatives is fast changing the image of Uttar Pradesh from an IT laggard state to an IT happening state.
Inhouse
 
Cybercrime continues to rise, with the primary aim to compromise an organisations information that will make a profit for the perpetrators. To avoid the unwelcome publicity provoked by IT failures, securing the network is more important today than ever before. It's also tougher to achieve, as today's networked world means giving end-users instant access to the information they need while meeting external regulatory compliance standards.
Seema Khanna
Constituted in the year 1813 the Purnea District comprises the eastern most part of the alluvial North Bihar plain. The name district was derived from the lotus flower, which was found in abundance in the past in the canal of Kosi and Mahananda rivers. Situated along the border of West Bengal & Nepal, Purnia district itself deserves the status of one of the oldest district in India. The District is moving ahead in keeping pace with the latest trends in ICTs and new happenings are on cards in coming days.
Gautam Kumar Mishra, PC Sahoo
ICT enablement of judiciary is being pursued vigorously across the world. In India, ICT enablement of higher judiciary started in early nineties, covering the Supreme Court and all the 21 High Courts. Today, we have reached a stage where deployment of ICT in Supreme Court and the High Courts has reached a significant level of maturity. However, the lower judiciary, district and taluka courts across the country are largely untouched by the ICT revolution.
CLM Reddy
Assam - popularly called the land of red river and blue hills, famous for its tea and one-horned rhinoceros, dominated by the mighty river Brahmaputra, is the gateway to the northeastern India. The state has a large number of tribes each unique in it's tradition, culture, dresses and exotic way of life. The people of Assam have traditionally been craftsmen. Artists, sculptors, masons, weavers, spinners, potters, goldsmiths, artisans of ivory, wood, bamboo, cane and hide. Assam is renowned for its exquisite silks namely Eri, Pat and Muga silk.
Deepak Goswami, Tasiruddin Ahmad

Search Online News
Keyword
State
From
To