Employees of the Department of State Development, Business and Innovation at the Victoria State Government in Australia will soon be able to easily search through large volumes of data stored across multiple internal databases and external sources.
Three cities - Amsterdam, Barcelona and San Francisco - have agreed to ...
Governments are becoming more aware of their responsibility to make government information available to the public. Australian Information Commissioner, Professor John McMillan, shares with FutureGov his thoughts on changes in the sphere of information policy, privacy and freedom of information.
China’s Research Institute of Highway Ministry of Transport is piloting a big data platform, designed to quickly understand traffic situations, accurately analyse passenger flow and taxi operations and get real-time insights to make fact-based decisions in the four major Chinese cities - Beijing, Kunming, Chongqing and Tianjin.
The Indian Government is offering Search as a Service to government website owners, looking to improve search experience for citizens, and making it easier for agencies to customise and manage search interfaces.
Nantong University in China has built a new data centre leveraging cloud infrastructure to support rapid growth in the BYOD culture among its 30,000 full time students and 2600 staff.
Mobility, big data, security and collaboration were key issues that stood out at the 10th Annual FutureGov Summit, attended by over 150 government CIOs around the region.
Twenty government organisations were recognised this evening at the seventh annual FutureGov Awards, a fitting finale to the three-day FutureGov Summit held at Phuket Thailand.
Thailand’s largest Digital Library of legislative documents implemented a new search engine that increases search speed by 10 times and user traffic by 200 per cent, says Dr. Adisak Sukul (pictured), of the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang.
Dr John Kan, CIO of Agency for Science, Technology and Research speaks to FutureGov about the drivers, challenges and successes of its enterprise and web content management projects.
Chong Hua Hospital, a 660-bed hospital in The Philippines’ second largest city Cebu, implemented a new storage solution to accommodate the growing volume of rich media patient data.
New Zealand Customs’ automated passenger processing system continues enabling efficient service delivery, supported by the increasing use of e-passports in the Oceania region.
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 ...