South Korea transported 60% of e-government services to the cloud by 2017




South Korea announced plans to transfer 60% of the services of e-government to cloud services by 2017, and will be the first country in the world for e-government and e-services may have transferred 750 of electronic services to the cloud by the end of 2016.

South Korea is that the transfer of e-government services to the cloud provides a significant improvement in the field of maintenance and help to deliver services better, and South Korea are trying to take advantage of fast Internet lines and LTE services that have an increase in the potential of e-government services.

And South Korea is currently working on the transfer of about 400 service of e-government services to the cloud by the end of this year, and will transfer another 350 service by the end of 2016.

The cloud computing employs a network of remote servers that are hosted on the Internet to store, manage and process the data and so instead of having a local server or a personal computer.

And it exists many cloud services used on a large scale, such as Web applications and cloud storage services such as Dropbox Drop Box in addition to the presence of services such as Google’s cloud storage solutions to Google Drive and iCloud services, Apple’s own.

The South Korea based primarily on these services and efficiently in order to provide the benefit for services for e-government, the Korean e-government and was ranked first in 2014 in accordance with the development of e-government by the United Nations index, along with all of Australia, Singapore and Japan.

The integrated government information technology center, a branch of the Ministry of Government Affairs in South Korea said the move would provide a significant improvement in ease of maintenance and provision of e-government services.

The country’s National Center for Computers and Information, who leads South Korea’s own e-government services campaign on Friday to celebrate the tenth anniversary of its founding.


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