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Bahrain’s Information & eGovernment Authority (iGA) will begin the migration of ten government websites as a trial of Cloud Computing - developed by Amazon Web Services (AWS). The trial is intended to complete full migration during one year. This follows an agreement with technology investment firm C5 Capital.

The websites are those of the Ministry of Justice & Islamic Affairs, Ministry of Health, Central Bank of Bahrain, National Oil & Gas Authority, Survey & Land Registration Bureau, Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning, Ministry of Transportations & Telecommunication, Public Prosecution; Capital Governorate and the Northern Area Municipality.

According to iGA chief executive Mohamed Ali AlQaed, the project will enhance efforts to keep pace with the latest international advancements in the IT sector and provide government institutions with alternatives for unified archiving of big data and for hosting the government websites via AWS' cloud computing platform. It will also save costs and provide operational flexibility to public entities by specifying a single cloud computing system. This will improve speed and increase security.

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Quelle/Source: telecompaper, 01.05.2017

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