A Study-Cloud Computing and its Application in Indian Context


  • Saloni Adlakha UG Scholar, Global Institute of Technology, Jaipur.


Business Model, e-Governace, Cloud Computing


The term “cloud computing” may be a current buzzword within the
IT world. Behind this extravagant poetic expression around lies a real
picture of the longer term of calculating for both in methodological
standpoint and social outlook. The term “Cloud Computing” is current
but the concept of cloud of storage in distributed data centers handled
by third party companies and centralized computation is not new but
it came in way back in 1990s along distributed computing approaches
like grid computing. Cloud computing is intended in the direction of as
long as IT as a service to cloud users on-demand with larger flexibility,
scalability, accessibility and dependability with utility computing model.
This innovative typical of computing has an enormous possible in it to
be castoff in the sector of e-governance and in rural growth perception
in emerging countries like India.

How to cite this article:
Adlakha S, Gurnani R, Nalwaya P. A Study-Cloud Computing and its Application in Indian Context.J Adv Res Cloud Comp Virtu Web Appl 2020;3(2): 6-9.


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