Motorola has sold its Enterprise business to avail resources and attention that will be channelled to government and public safety customers, according to Motorola Solutions Chairman and CEO Greg Brown.
Mobile, social, cloud and Big Data are the four mega ...
The Planning Department of Hong Kong has launched a new mobile application called ‘City Gallery App 2.0’ to enhance visitors’ experience when they visit the City Gallery.
In an exclusive interview with FutureGov, Danny Pomanto, Mayor of Makassar, Indonesia’s sixth most populous city with 1.5 million residents, described his plans for a highly mobile and connected smart city.
Thanks to the newly added LandQuery feature in the mobile app Pocket OneMap, Singaporeans can now access comprehensive information on land parcels right in the palm of their hands.
The Government of United Arab Emirates has launched the world’s first smart government app store, with over 100 apps for citizens on both Android and iOS.
The industry’s flagship 3rd Annual FutureGov Forum Western Australia spotlights public sector accountability. As the first in FutureGov’s 2014 series for Australia and New Zealand, forum explores ICT accountability, governance, cyber-security, and risk management reforms. Speakers represent ANZ, European and North American governments.
Expected to be ready by mid 2014, the second version of Police@SG Mobile App will include a geo-tagged notification system, among other new enhancements, Fong Weng Kiong, Assistant Director (Policy & Development), Public Affairs Department, Singapore Police Force told FutureGov.
The Australian National Audit Office, which provides audit and assurance services to 300 Australian government organisations, has extended its IT managed services contract to better support its mobile workforce.
Social, mobile, analytics and cloud or SMAC technologies are the Indian Government’s focus for its next round of e-government initiatives, with plans to set up new departments specifically to govern their use, shared J. Satyanarayana, Secretary of the Department of Electronics and Information Technology.
The Hong Kong Environmental Protection Department has launched a ‘Waste Less’ mobile app so residents can easily find nearby recyclable collection points and related information.
The Hong Kong Society for the Aged has launched a mobile app ‘Evergreen Activity Finder’ to encourage connectivity and the use of ICT among the elderly, said Chief System Manager (Digital Inclusion) Huang Jingwen.
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The Infocomm Development Authority and Ministry of Education of Singapore have initiated plans to introduce ...
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