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PTI Dec 2, 2010, 07.38pm IST (Cloud computing ) NEW DELHI: The cloud computing market in India is expected to grow at a CAGR of 40 per cent by 2014, from an estimated $66.7 million in 2009, driven by cost and performance efficiencies, IT research firm IDC on Thursday said. According to IDC's 'India Cloud Computing Market: Current State and Future Roadmap Study 2010', the Indian public cloud computing market was estimated to be $66.7 million in 2009. 'Cloud computing to grow 40% by 2014 in India' - The Times of India
Home » Features Fifteen years ago, the only option used to send an urgent two-paged document from Dar es Salaam to London was the fax. But, it was laborious, time consuming and sometimes difficult to send the documents, not to mention the costs. Today, without worrying about time and costs, one sits behind a computer and send messages along with documents by electronic mail.
Many Possibilities Does effective spectrum management make a real difference when it comes to more pervasive and affordable access to communication? In this post I look at the spectrum management regimes in four African countries: Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, and South Africa, and try to draw some conclusions. One of the challenges in comparing access in these countries is simply recognising how different they are from each other. Nigeria is three times more populous than South Africa but with a smaller land mass. Senegal has roughly the same income per capita as Kenya but its wealth is more evenly distributed.