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Much more than funding pattern will change

Centre will stop funding states for implementing the ambitious e-gov initiative. That will hurt the weaker states and affect its flagship Digital India campaign too

Towards a one-stop solution

Dematerialisation of government certificates will create a system that will enable the nation plan, implement and monitor its various development programmes better
I am really happy that India’s de-facto CIO – department of electronics and information technology (DeitY) secretary RS Sharma – has started to talk about dematerialisation (demat) of various government certificates, issued to individuals, across the country. 

S Korea creates cyber security post

Concerned by the growing threat of cyber-attacks from North Korea, South Korea's cabinet  approved the creation of a new presidential post handling cyber-security, NDTV reported.
The post will provide a "control tower" for efforts to counter North Korean hackers, presidential spokesman Min Kyung-Wook told reporters.
President Park Geun-Hye is expected to nominate someone for the new position in the near future.

Status of complaints now available on SMS

If you file a complaint in the Collectorate, soon you will get the status of your complaint through SMS. Even, permission for taking out a rally can be available through cell phone in near future, the Free Press Journal reported.
This will happen only through increasing area of operation of e-Governance of the Madhya Pradesh Government. All the departments housed in the Collector’s office have been connected with State Wide Area network (SWAN), an ambitious project of the State Government to promote e-Governance in the departments.

Taiwan wants strong cyber security ties with US

Taiwan wants to join a major anti-hacking drill conducted by the United States to strengthen cyber security ties with its staunchest ally, its vice premier said, a move which would help safeguard against constant targetting by hackers in rival China, NDTV reported.
Many hacks into Taiwan systems have been traced to sites belonging to China's People's Liberation Army, Vice Premier Simon Chang told Reuters in an interview, without elaborating on the locations.

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