NCSI-Net Foundation successfully organized 14th Dr TB Rajashekar Memorial Seminar (2018): “Cloud technologies for Library and Information Services” on 1st December 2018.
About the Seminar Theme:
Libraries witnessed a paradigm shift in disseminating information due to the advancement in ICT, Internet and digital technologies. Cloud computing is a relatively new model of internet application which enables distributed/virtual computing services. Cloud computing allows sharing infrastructure, which provides ultra-large-scale distributed data storage and network services. Cloud computing application in library mainly embody in resource and service construction, which play an important role in some areas, such as data storage, data management, hardware and software sharing, database resource sharing, integrated digital resources, one-stop entry, a full range of user interaction service and extend the application of complex network services.
Objective of the Seminar:
To introduce the concepts of Cloud computing and its models, application in library service by demonstrating case studies.
The presentations made at seminar are available here.
|Cloud Computing : An Overview||Shivaram B S||TBR-Memorial-seminar-Cloud-Computing-Shivaram.pdf|
|Cloud Computing : Service Providers and Business Models||Rajendra Babu H||Cloud-Computing-Service-providers-and-business-models.pdf|
|Virtual Machine (VM) Creation, Configuration and its Access||Francis Jayakanth and Pradeep P. Kavi||Virtual-Machine-Config-Access.pdf|
|Career Advice (Hard & Soft Skills) for LIS Professionals||Lakshmi K, Madhuresh Singhal, T S Prasanna||Career-Advice-for-LIS-Professionals.pdf|