Pune: Leveraging domestic capabilities for efficient, secure and fully controlled communication, the Indian Police Force today adopted safe and fast communication systems with a dedicated policemail, digital radio, and messenger. Rajasthan police has become a pioneer in adopting indigenously developed IT applications.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Mr. Ashok Gehlot today launched the advanced communication systems at Police Head Quarters in Jaipur and with this, nearly one lakh policemen of the state would now be empowered a digital radio, policemail with email Id on domainpolice.rajasthan.in and police.rajasthan.bharat in hindi ) and a messenger carrier through Rajcop Mobile App. Policemail on Rajcop App and communication solution has been designed and developed by global innovator Jaipur based IT company Data Xgen, brings in an efficient, secure and fully controlled communication service to the force.
Mr. Sharat Kaviraj, Deputy Inspector General ( Communications), Rajasthan Police said, “ New and advanced communication systems including email service would bring in efficiency. These solutions would help us in communicating urgent matters to concerned personnel. Our earlier email service was officially controlled and but policemail would be controlled fully by the individual policeman. The entire police force of the state has now been equipped with new communication solutions.”
“We have tested the entire process for a couple of months. Today, the Chief Minister officially launched our new communication systems. Policemail would be highly secure as all data will be stored in our own server, hence there would not any threat of data theft or cyber attacks through email,” he added.
By adopting new systems, each policeman of the state will now be coordinated at a rapid pace, through these digital platforms. Officers can create their own channel and subordinate staff can tune to the channel. Policemen can send broadcast and text messages quickly and safely.
“The launch of efficient and secure communication systems, powered by XgenPlus, is a testimony of India’s domestic capabilities. XgenPlus provides technology solutions for secure and efficient enterprise email services along with other communication solutions. With the successful launch in Rajasthan today, we are hopeful that the new system can be scaled up across all states for fully controlled, secure and indigenously developed communication solutions,” said Dr. Ajay Data, CEO and Founder, Data Xgen Dr. Data is also Chairman of the Universal Acceptance Steering Group of ICANN- the international internet body.
With the policemail, Rajasthan Police has essentially provided official mail IDs (in English and Hindi), which he can opened a desktop or Rajcop App and send messages.
Through the message carrier feature, Police personnel can create their own group and include other personnel in that group by their SSO ID and can chat by sharing text, photos, video, etc. A secure group of all district police officials can easily be created.
Rajcop App has unique features in terms of security, ease of use and access. Some features are first in the country. Senior officials and IT experts feel that in this digital era, having a secure and fully controlled communications systems developed indigenously would go long way in creating a strong digital infrastructure for the country.
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