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An Empirical Study of Cloud Computing in India

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Introduction:
Cloud computing is a term used to refer to the services offered on demand over internet. These services include software, platforms to develop new software/tools, and infrastructure such as servers and data center space. These services are offered by sharing resources among many consumers. The biggest advantage of cloud computing is the provision for scalability at a lower cost. As and when required a consumer can scale up or down the services offered to it as they are provided on demand. Businesses, as consumer of the services offered over cloud, do not need to deploy more resources when they scale up their operations or remove excess resources when they scale down their operations as this responsibility lies with the cloud provider. Instead, businesses can focus on their area of operation.

Cloud Computing delivers information or services to customers who pay for what they use. The customer can be an external person or company who is paying for a service or information or an internal customer, such as the application proprietor who is using services that another division within the same company is offering, and who is being charged for consumption.

There are two different types of clouds – Public cloud and Private cloud. In public cloud the information and services provided to the customer are from external sources and in private cloud customer gets the information from internal sources. With the public cloud, the customer does not own any storage or server and also no capital expenditure; the customers merely pay money for what they need on demand. With the private cloud, the customer is an internal customer so the company spends capital to either provide services and data internally, or spends capital to provide the servers, storage, networking, and applications for an external customer. With Cloud Computing consumers and businesses can use applications without it being installed and they also can access their files at computer provided there is an internet access. This technology centralizes storage, memory bandwidth and processing and hence is an efficient computing methodology. This cloud computing is broadly classified into three: Application, Platform & Infrastructure.

Cloud computing is a new way of doing business that takes advantage of building efficiencies into the system that can scale out to provide services for multiple companies.
Objectives of the Project:
• To understand genesis and trends of Cloud Computing
• To compare Cloud computing vs stand alone platform applications
• To review the research in the area of cloud computing
• To know adoption of cloud in India
• To understand regulations of cloud computing in India
• To provide recommendations for regulatory authorities

Number of Pages of Project Report: 59
Package Includes: Synopsis/Project Proposal + Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW
GROSCH’S LAW

THE MINITEL
THE CLOUD IS EVERYWHERE
CLOUD EMAIL
CLOUD-BASED BUSINESS AND PERSONAL ORGANIZATIONAL TOOLS
SOCIAL NETWORKING, PHOTOS, AND STORAGE
BANKING AND MONEY MANAGEMENT
OFFICE SOFTWARE TOOLS
E-COMMERCE

CHAPTER 3: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Problem Definition
Objectives
Hypotheses
Data Sources and collection
Data Analysis and Statistical tools
Expected outcomes

CHAPTER 4: DATA ANALYSIS

RECOMMENDATIONS
LIMITATIONS
CONCLUSIONS
ANNEXURE
BIBLIOGRAPHY
QUESTIONNAIRE


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