The DCCI leader made the remark at the launching ceremony of the Unctad’s Information Economy Report 2013 , subtitled The Cloud Economy and Developing Countries,’ jointly organized by
Sabur Khan said cloud computing also enables small enterprise to outsource some of the information technology (IT) skills that they would otherwise have to provide internally.
He urged the authorities concerned to expedite the broadband internet facility to rural areas make it available to all walks of people mentioning that cloud computing enables users to access a scalable and elastic pool of data storage and computing resources, as and when required.
Sabur Khan was present at the function as the chief guest while CEO of BFTI Dr M Mozibur Rahman chaired the session. Research Fellow of BFTI Mohammad Farhad presented the keynote paper.
Cloud computing is a way of delivering applications, services or content remotely, rather than requiring users to hold them on their own servers, computers or other devices.
The report says that developing nations should seek the expertise needed to make cost-effective decisions on which infrastructure is needed and on how to mobilise the financial resources.
The report recommends that policymakers should waste no time in exploring how the cloud computing trend may affect their economies and societies and government should seek to create an enabling framework for firms and organizations that wish to migrate data and services to the cloud.
Speaking at the launching ceremony,
He said regular software update is possible by cloud computing and regulatory framework and law should be formulated to control cyber crime.
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