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Why m-Government in India

Why m-Government in India

 ICTpost Governance Bureau Mobile phones, can reach those areas where the infrastructure necessary for Internet services or wired phone services is difficult to setup. In the developing countries mobile government…

Financial Frauds – Prevention: A Question of Knowing Somebody

Financial Frauds – Prevention: A Question of Knowing Somebody

By R. Gandhi, Former Deputy Governor- Reserve Bank of India “There are three things in the world that deserve no mercy – hypocrisy, fraud, and tyranny”        …

Taking on cyber threats in Indian Banking – The Sensible way

Taking on cyber threats in Indian Banking – The Sensible way

 By  Harun R Khan, Former Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India For the financial sector specifically, there is a need to look into the extant IT environment, since there is a…

Integrate Financial Services and Mobile telephony

Integrate Financial Services and Mobile telephony

ICTpost Governance Bureau Two major problems confronting the country are financial inclusion and poor rural mobile and broadband wireless penetration. The former has proved intractable because extending banking services in…

Wearable Electronics bring opportunities for sensors after Smartphones and Tablets

Wearable Electronics bring opportunities for sensors after Smartphones and Tablets

New Delhi : 2 July, 2018 – The wearable devices space is viewed as the next goldmine of opportunity for sensor manufacturers as profits shrink in the smartphone and tablet…

Mobile based next-generation speech technologies can make e-Governance a mass phenomenon

Mobile based next-generation speech technologies can make e-Governance a mass phenomenon

ICTpost News Network IT in governance was introduced in India during the seventies with a focus on in-house government applications. There was a deployment of ICT to manage data intensive…

How technology can make agricultural programs inclusive

How technology can make agricultural programs inclusive

ICTpost Media Action With the world’s population expected to grow by 30 per cent to nine billion by 2050, the demands on agriculture will continue to grow. The UN sees a…

National action plan for creating Samarth Udyog

National action plan for creating Samarth Udyog

By Subrat Kumar Prusty. ITS Director (Skill Development & Enterpreneurship).  Department of Telecommunication. Government of India “Focus should be from Return on Investment to Return on Innovation, says Mr. Subrat…

Why open source makes good sense for India

Why open source makes good sense for India

  ICTpost Governance Bureau India represents the aspirations of a billion people. And open source is the ideal vehicle for quickly bringing the benefi ts of mass computerisation at a…

Sensor technologies becoming an integral part of buildings

Sensor technologies becoming an integral part of buildings

(With Frost & Sullivan inputs) Growing interest in energy conservation and reducing carbon dioxide emissions has encouraged research in energy-efficient buildings and stepped up the use of sensors in building…

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