Government ICT spending to remain unchanged for the year ahead at S$1.2 billion (US$947 million), but the Deputy Chief Executive of the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, James Kang, heralds a major shift in the way the government will procure ICT.
Daniel Lai, Government CIO, Hong Kong, discussed with FutureGov his plans for this year for the ICT development of Hong Kong.
Damien Wong, Red Hat’s General Management for ASEAN shares his thoughts on why leveraging the hybrid cloud can help the public sector keep up and manage new and emerging global risks.
The UK has mandated that all central government procurement of IT products and services take a ‘Cloud First’ approach, and has strongly encouraged the wider public sector to do the same, in an official statement by Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude.
Electronic Government Agency, Thailand yesterday announced the registration of two new domains; data.go.th and apps.go.th, to be an open data and a cloud-based application centre websites for the government.
Participants from the Singapore public sector shared perspectives over cloud readiness and holistic approaches to evaluation and implementation at a workshop conducted by Lockheed Martin in conjunction with the FutureGov Forum Singapore 2013.
Delivering the keynote address at FutureGov Forum Singapore 2013, James Kang, the Assistant Chief Executive of the Government Chief Information Office in Singapore, emphasised the need for collaboration to match the expectations and needs of citizens today.
The National Fire Agency of Taiwan under Ministry of the Interior has recently implemented cloud-based disaster and emergency information system for disaster prevention and rescue plan.
Chongqing City, one of the four national central cities in China, has formed a partnership to focus on cloud services.
FutureGov met with Russell Stephens, Head of Customer Channels, New Zealand Post, to discuss the adoption of technology in his organisation.
CAT Telecom — state-owned enterprise under Ministry of ICT, Thailand — announced on April 3 the collaboration with IBM to provide cloud computing services in Thailand, part of the service is to enhance the government cloud project.
In a visit to Ngee Ann Secondary School yesterday (22 July), FutureGov found students deeply ...
The Infocomm Development Authority and Ministry of Education of Singapore have initiated plans to introduce ...
Ngee Ann Secondary School’s students are on a bid to “change the world” with ...