- Citizens can use it to securely store documents in the DigiLocker storage system. The storage limit is currently set at 10MB but will be increased to 1GB in the future. Stored documents can be shared with email recipients.
- Government agencies on issuing a document can upload copies of the document in the digital locker repository and push the document URI to the user's digital locker.
- Government agencies can also request secure access to documents in the repository or in a specific digital locker for verification purposes.
- An e-Sign facility is provided to users as part of DigiLocker system to digitally sign e-documents.
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1. The existing high-profile customer base across industry domains which demonstrate high-availability, security, scalability and all the other attributes that organizations look for when choosing a database
2. Vendor lock-in due to the myriad Oracle-owner applications that are strewn across an organization's IT landscape
3. IT implementers who keep pushing technologies offered by the big-ticket ERP vendors such as SAP and Oracle
4. The technical support that Oracle provides for its installations
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