E-Governance challenges and cloud benefits

  title={E-Governance challenges and cloud benefits},
  author={Aprna Tripathi and Bhawana Parihar},
  journal={2011 IEEE International Conference on Computer Science and Automation Engineering},
The worldwide revolution in Internet is changing our lives in terms of the way we work, learn and interact. These changes naturally should reflect the way government functions in terms of the organization of the government, its relationship with its citizens, institutions and businesses and cooperation with other governments. E-Governance, especially in developing countries, is looked upon as a means to change the very concept of governance resulting in empowerment of the citizens and increased… CONTINUE READING
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