Cloud Computing of E-Government
Majdalawi, Yousef Kh.
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Over the past years, many businesses, government and individuals have been started to adopt the internet and web-based technologies in their works to take benefits of costs reduction and better utilization of existing resources. The cloud computing is a new way of computing which aims to provide better communication style and storage resources in a safe environment via the internet platform. The E-governments around the world are facing the continued budget challenges and increasing in the size of their computational data so that they need to find ways to deliver their services to citizens as economically as possible without compromising the achievement of desired outcomes. Considering E-government is one of the sectors that is trying to provide services via the internet so the cloud computing can be a suitable model for implementing E-government architecture to improve E-government efficiency and user satisfaction. In this paper, the adoption of cloud computing strategy in implementing E-government services has been studied by focusing on the relationship between E-government and cloud computing by listing the benefits of creation E-government based on cloud computing. Finally in this paper, the challenges faced the implementation of cloud computing for E-government are discussed in details. As a result from understanding the importance of cloud computing as new, green and cheap technology is contributed to fixing and minimizing the existing problems and challenges in E-government so that the developed and developing countries need to achieve E-government based on cloud computing.