The Australian Government today (12 March) brings into action privacy reforms which will better regulate and bring more transparency to the handling of personal information by public sector agencies. These are the most significant privacy reforms in the country in the last 25 years.
Victoria Police is investing A$2.5 million (US$2 ...
Security, bandwidth and velocity are the three things that data centre and network IT managers in the public sector should watch out for, says Dr Ispran Kandasamy, Vice President of Sales Asia Pacific at CommScope.
Bjorn Engelhardt, Symantec’s Vice President, .Cloud, Products and Services for Asia Pacific and Japan, tells FutureGov why the ‘software defined’ approach is the future of government data centres.
National Library Board of Singapore has deployed an open source Enterprise Content Management System that has successfully enabled many innovative and popular content-rich services, Deputy Director, Technology & Innovation, Kia Siang Hock told FutureGov.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has today released the Australian Privacy Principles guidelines in preparation for the upcoming changes to privacy law from 12 March. The 13 new Principles reveal significant changes to the use and disclosure of personal information.
Under moves to drive performance improvements and efficiency across its IT environment, Australia’s Department of Defence is to invest US$153 million for Distributed Computing Centralised Services.
Public hospitals in Tamil Nadu state in India will soon see all their patient records digitised, under the Health Management Information System or HMIS project, one of the largest healthcare implementations in the country, funded by the Government and World Bank
Hong Kong’s GCIO has announced that the Government is looking for a site for its second integrated data centre facility, while the first such facility is expected to be ready in 2019.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority has recently inaugurated its “state-of-the-art” Corporate Data Centre to provide central IT services to government agencies and ensure continuity of services, under moves to migrate from e-Government to Smart Government.
The Council of the City of Sydney in Australia has issued a request for tender inviting suppliers for two new data centre facilities as part of plans to move the city council towards Infrastructure as a Service.
India has begun work on a data centre and disaster recovery centre for its National Intelligence Grid, which securely brings together data from 21 intelligence sources across the country, allowing more robust data sharing between agencies.
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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 ...