Anastasia Lozovskaya — PR Manager
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September 18, 2012
The conference «Digital outlook» was held in Sochi on September 13-14. It brought together partners of «Rostelecom» which carry out large socially important IT projects. The participants discussed the current status of the project in an informal atmosphere, as well as the new strategic course of IT development.
Sergey Shilov told about mobile applications tendencies and presented his vision of the development of the industry. «The fashion for mobile devices is obvious: they widely replace desktop computers. We can see the communication tools join all together in one device, - said Sergey. "But some problems also exist. A lot of things can’t be done on line till now, the minority of mobile devices is compatible, and the mobile devices ecosystem is not perfect at all».
On the example of e-government services Sergey tried to imagine what would be the future of mobile devices and related IT solutions. From March of this year users can work in the "private office" with a mobile application. It is possible to browse the directory of services, apply for the nine most popular services, learn about billing and pay fines and charges of traffic police and immigration services through e-wallet payment system Qiwi, and also look at the interactive map nearest infomats centers and government services.
In conclusion, Sergey tried to predict the digital future of the next two decades: "Mobile devices will be used at home, and at work. Personification, data analysis, will allow for everybody to provide a personal set of products and services without additional reminders. By raising labour productivity and proper planning the processing will decrease. Thanks to cloud computing, mobile devices will be simply thin clients to cloud services. Finally, many of the functions of the state can be algorithmic and run automatically."
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