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BYOD & COPE: How the Philippines government manages enterprise mobility and why

The Philippine Department of Justice has two approaches to enterprise mobility: Bring Your Own Device and Corporate Owned, Personally-Enabled. Geronimo Sy, Assistant Secretary and CIO speaks to FutureGov about why enterprise mobility has become more important and the benefits of these approaches.

How to increase traffic to your government site by 20%

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Hong Kong mobile app opens government map data to public

The Hong Kong government has pulled together 120 types of ...

10 September 2014 | Research

Is your organisation’s security efforts keeping up with mobile technology?

Security measures must evolve with changing technologies. Keep up with advances in login security on mobile with this report.

10 September 2014 | News

New mobile app for Hong Kong public library users

Hong Kong residents can now use library services on the go with a new mobile app called My Library.

4 September 2014 | News

Mobile government field workers to make Thailand land survey ten times faster

Officials from Thailand’s Treasury Department can soon update information on the use of state land more accurately and efficiently on the field with a new geographic information system (GIS).

3 September 2014 | News

FutureCity of the Year shortlist announced for 2014 FutureGov Awards

The shortlisted government agencies for the ‘FutureCity of the Year’ category of the annual FutureGov Awards have been announced - with departments from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore making it through to the final stage.

21 August 2014 | Interview

Drones delivering medicine? Bhutan pilots scheme to aid rural communities

A tiny rural nation - Bhutan - is pioneering the use of high-tech drones in its healthcare system. FutureGov reports.

7 August 2014 | News

Mumbai city launches mobile app for tax, license transactions

The Government of Mumbai in India has launched a mobile application for its 3 million residents to carry out tax and license related transactions with the government. This is part of the country’s national initiative to bring government services to people’s mobile devices.

4 August 2014 | Interview

How the Australian Government built its ‘Run that Town’ mobile game to win support for the census

Few citizens understand the value of the census, let alone how it can benefit them. But the Australian Bureau of Statistics knows the importance of getting public support because it relies on the willing participation of citizens across Australia to complete the census.

30 July 2014 | Interview

Tablets vs paper: How the Philippines halved the cost of healthcare delivery

Community health workers ditched their paper forms in favour of tablets, saving money and connecting them directly to other government agencies. FutureGov reports.

30 July 2014 | News

Singapore government partners students to use mapping technology on urban challenges

For the first time, students taking part in the Singapore government’s annual geospatial challenge worked with town leaders to solve problems such as improving mobility for the disabled, promoting healthy lifestyle among residents, and encouraging community bonding.

25 July 2014 | News

South Korea to deliver customised services to citizens by end of 2014

The South Korean government is going to start providing customised public services to citizens by the end of the year, Dr. Oh Kang-Tak, Executive Director, E-Government Group, National Information Society Agency has told FutureGov.

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