Sr No | Topic |
1 | Executive summary |
2 | Literature review |
3 | Introduction |
4 | Overview of Zenith Infotech |
5 | Process- Marketing and Pricing strategy |
6 | Overview of Zenith Infotech |
7 | Learning |
8 | Future scope |
9 | References |
Time-to-market, more flexible support for business strategies by IT, and faster response time to competitive conditions are combining to accelerate cloud computing adoption today.
This report aims to learn the major aspects of IT sales especially in cloud computing, which involves understanding the technologies involved in the functioning of an IT business model. For this purpose, various articles ...view middle of the document...
These are aligned within the CIA model as a way to determine security risk.
2.Cloud Computing Security Requirements and Solutions:
Although the technology and its application are not new, the rising awareness and implementations of cloud services and its underlying technologies cause the need for security requirements being up to date. Cloud computing security requirements have been addressed in publications earlier, but it is still difficult to estimate what kinds of requirements have been researched most, and which are still under-researched. This paper carries out a systematic literature review by identifying cloud computing security requirements from publications between January 2011 and March 2013. It will categorize these requirements in a framework and assess their frequency of research. The paper will then identify changes in the assessment of requirements and proposed solutions compared to publications prior to 2011. It has been found that the most researched sub-factors of security requirements are: Access Control, Data Integrity and Privacy & Confidentiality. Most under-researched areas are Recovery and Prosecution, with Non-repudiation and Physical Protection closely followed.Various improvements and nested methodologies in current approaches were identified rather than new solutions.
India stands out as one of the greatest Information Technology (IT) hubs in the world. In software development, India is only second to United States.The sector has increased its contribution to India's GDP from 1.2% in 1998 to 7.5% in 2012.
Information technology in India is an industry consisting of two major components:
1. IT Service
2. Business Process Outsourcing (BPO).
* Market revenue in 2012-13 is 88 million dollars
* Growth rate 7.5% as compared to previous year
Overview of top IT companies
1) TCS- Revenue: Rs 48426.14 Cr
TCS headquartered in Mumbai is the largest Indian IT services provider. Founded in 1968, TCS today employs 276000 employees across the world. Along with overseas market, TCS also concentrate on the Indian domestic markets and partners with lot of Indian PSU and companies for IT services.
Clients-Agilent Technologies,Cisco, HP,Hyundai, Motorola
2) Infosys- Revenue: Rs 36765 Cr
Founded in 1981 by Narayan Murthy, Nandan Nilekani, N. S. Raghavan, S. Gopalakrishnan, S. D. Shibulal, K. Dinesh and Ashok Arora, Infosys today is a household name and one of the biggest brands in the field of IT. It is headquartered in Bangalore, India.
3) WIPRO- Revenue: Rs 31682 Cr
Wipro is an Indian IT MNC located in Bangalore employing approximately 150000 employees. Wipro after its inception has been transformed by Azim Premji (A well-known Indian Public Figure). It catersto almost all business segments such as BFSI, Manufacturing, and Telecom etc
4) HCL Technologies- Revenue: Rs 8907 Cr
HCL Tech is one of the fastest...