Banking & Finance Post April Edition – 2017
The rising inclination towards cloud computing and growing demand for storage space, are some of the leading factors for the rapid growth of the data center segment in India. The initiation towards cloud has accelerated the construction towards datacenters and high-speed networks, especially in the banking segment.
In our continuous endeavor to explore the recent updates in the Banking and Finance sector, we are elated to announce that the upcoming February edition of our magazine the Banking & Finance Post, will be focused on Datacentre and cloud computing in banking sector. Please find the details of the issue below.
Datacentre and Cloud Computing in Banks
In the recent times, the society is shifting to a digital economy, this will result in increasing explosion of data which will mean increased storage capacities.
Like private organisations, government too generates large amount of data that requires data centers too store critical information. As the stored data contains confidential information of citizens, it is important for the government to ensure that their data centers perform at the highest levels. Whether large or small, both the state and the national government are gradually managing a significant number of their E Governance functions with the help of data centers.
In addition to this, instances like demonetisation and banking data breach has opened new vistas for Datacentre and Cloud storage in the Banking and Finance sector. It is the call of the hour that the data generated must live somewhere and flow across the global Internet to users’ doorsteps.
In tune to this, Banking & Finance Post will be exploring the recent trends pertaining to Datacentre and cloud commuting in the banking sector.
Cooperative Movement in India
The cooperative movement in India owes its origin to agriculture and allied sectors. Towards the end of the 19th century, the problems of rural indebtedness and the consequent conditions of farmers created an environment for the chit funds and cooperative societies. The farmers generally found the cooperative movement an attractive mechanism for pooling their meager resources for solving common problems relating to credit, supplies of inputs and marketing of agricultural produce.
After India attained Independence in August, 1947, cooperatives assumed a great significance in poverty removal and faster socio-economic growth.
In the upcoming edition, the Banking & Finance Post will talk about the evolution of Cooperative Movement in India and its significance in the country.
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