CLOUD COMPUTING IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
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Cloud computing is the application of computer-based information systems by utilizing the internet. Cloud computing can be accessed from any tool from any location and origin of the connected network. Cloud computing also offers excellent service 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, consumers need only pay based on the resources they use. The main issues in cloud computing is security and privacy. The provider always offer more security and privacy, in addition to a variety of convenience and cost efficient in their products. Cloud computing has penetrated all areas of Government, including as E-government. Cloud computing is considered able to suppress corruption and improve government performance in serving the community. This study describes the benefits, barriers, and challenges the adoption of cloud computing for Government based on a wide range of literature. The study also various things that must be prepared to adoption this application.
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