RailTel has completed the work of deploying an AI-based identification system for attendance and management of SDMIS for govt schools in Assam
Ito Naoki said: “Japan is keen to work with Bangladesh on smart city development. We are contributing in many areas including infrastructure development in Bangladesh and Japan is now interested in developing smart cities.”
While we have to focus on Data Privacy Bill, there is also a requirement to refresh the existing IT Act, which was last amended in 2008, said IT Secretary Ajay Sawhney
The insurance regulator has asked the insurance companies to issue digital policies via Digilocker to their policyholders and educate their customers on how to use digital documents
The Chief of the Air Staff RKS Bhadauria launched the Indian Air Force e-governance portal — eOffice — on Thursday.
e-Governance is not new to India. The first formidable attempt of using technology in the government was attempted in 1970 during the time of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
CCP ran into stiff opposition at the last ordinary council meeting with the ruling panel refusing to grant permission to Smart City Panaji to take up the e-governance project.
Without disclosing the name of the state, the IL&FS Technologies Limited (ITL) said that it has been awarded the rate contract for surveillance project of 200 crore from a state government in India.
Indian subsidiary of AWS, AISPL which undertakes the resale and marketing of AWS Cloud services in India, has achieved full Cloud Service Provider (CSP) empanelment from MeitY
The National Informatics Centre (NIC) has launched a NIC-CERT, which it says will work to prevent and predict cyber attacks on government utilities
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