Will Cloud Computing in India be Governed by the Law?

By naresh.p1007 ·
Tags: Cloud
India is witnessing a rapid adoption of cloud computing technology to store, process and manage data for smooth functioning of various operations in the Government, Public and Private organizations. DOT has sought recommendations from TRAI on regulations of Cloud based services in India. In response, TRAI initiated Consultation Paper on cloud computing to seek advice from the industry and the stakeholders. These suggestions and guidelines will assist while enforcing law(s) on Cloud in India.

With the advent of mobile computing, Mobile applications on cloud will account for 90% of worldwide mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 81% at the end of last year.

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G-Cloud in UK

by bryanwaltersmn In reply to Will Cloud Computing in I ...

I am not sure what existing laws you have in India for cloud computing. But I am in favor of regulatory which will make sure the technology private sector is providing has some standards and safety features.

You might like to look at the details of G-cloud in UK, not sure if you suggesting similar to this one?

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India to define clear regulatory policies for Cloud

by naresh.p1007 In reply to G-Cloud in UK

TRAI (Telecom and Regulatory Authority of India) has floated Consulation papers to seek suggestions from industry players and stakeholders.
A wide array of issues once addressed will be adequate data to form justifiable governing laws and regulation for the cloud.

With the proper imposed regulations, it will further boost the effective cloud adoption in India across sectors and directly contribute digitization mission of the country.

The cloud services will be checked and deliverables standardised.

This is still into process and yet to be implemented. Let's see how TRAI gets sugesstions and what steps it undertakes for successful deployment!

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