Google Apps And Indian Youth Congress Moves Hand In Hand
This article has been written to provide the information that Google is getting in the roots of India and has finally convinced the major political party of India the IYC party of the major party INC to switch over to Google Apps.
Technology is penetrating in the roots of India and this is the reason why the
foreign media houses
are making way towards the Indian news market. The
Indian Youth Congress
(IYC) the youth wing of the ruling
Indian National Congress
(INC) is planning its association with the masters of the trade Google. In an announcement made the Indian Youth Congress has said that it will ask its strong force of 28,000 officials and volunteers to join the Google Apps for more of
The mail.iyc.in a subdomain is redirecting notification to its members to move to the Google servers. This mail service way previously handled by the Indian server Sify, as it is evident from this page.
The move to the Goolge will enable the members to have the better experience with the number of application which the Google has been announcing in recent times and what Google is planning to do in the future for better and hassle free communication. The service of Google will help the members with the added feature of
which is most needed in politics which are not there in Sify mail. This feature will help the party to easily communicate all the information to the members of the party with much effective procedure.
The advantages with Google server
The advantage with Google server is that it is easy to move the mails and synchronize them. Scaling up is not an issue at all. If the IYC grows to any number then also there will be no problem to provide mail accounts to the party members. Google has been convincing the Indian organization to move to Google server and by getting the most effective political party of the country it will be easy for Google to convince others. This program of Congress has decided that IYC will be a part of the Google’s Enterprise Roadshow in Mumbai and Delhi.
It is strange on part of IYC that being the largest organization in the world it is not present on any social site i.e Facebook or Twitter. The Facebook page of the Mumbai chapter of IYC is though available but has not been updated since June 2010. This act of IYC or INC not available on the social site and on the other hand fighting for the causes of the people of India is something which raises finger on the technological advancement of this party. The web site of IYC has a section of IYC TV which is constantly upgraded with the working of the party and its regular activities but the drawback is that it is not connected to the search engines nicely. Neither the website has a blog where the senior leaders can post their planning for the youth, nor the others can post their opinions, it just consists of the discussion section, which is not much effective.
With connecting to the Google Apps the members might discuss on Google. The mother party of
is not planning to have its major discussion available for the common public and this is the conflict which is internally going on in the party.
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Guest Author: Hiteshwar Nain 09 Aug 2015
Indian youth congress is the most impotent part to congress party!
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