Amanpreet Kaur


Today many government organizations are exploring the benefits of cloud computing .With the help of the new technology government is providing better and efficient services to the citizens. In addition, to the cloud computing government is also started using mobile cloud in order to make the most from cloud computing . Mobile cloud computing is a service in which benefits of both cloud computing and mobile go hand in hand in order to provide better services.

This paper explore current state of mobile cloud computing in different government organizations .It will also identify the benefits and challenges faced by the organizations while using Mobile cloud computing.



Cloud computing, mobile cloud, challenges, benefits, current state

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