The State of Colorado’s Office of Information Technology moved to a cloud-based platform for over 26,000 employees to improve communication and collaboration across departments, said Kristin D. Russell, Secretary of Technology and State CIO.
The Ministry of Tourism and Culture is working together with ...
Land Information New Zealand launched a new mobile application called ‘MarineMate’ that gives users access to nationwide boating information - including tide times, boat ramp locations and boating bylaws - according to their location.
Crime Stoppers Queensland, a community volunteer crime-prevention organisation is using a mobile app to combat graffiti vandalism, a problem that cost the Brisbane Council A$1.8 million (US$1.64 million) last year.
Singapore’s National Library Board is improving productivity and collaboration among staff and stakeholders by implementing a cloud-based unified communications platform.
The digital government of the future will be open, mobile and connected, with a seamless flow of information and processes across increasingly rich service chain, said Debra Bordignon, Chief Technologist, Innovation Leader, Office of the CTO, Enterprise Services, HP APAC and Japan at the recent FutureGov Summit 2013.
The government of the future is a digital business that is open, connected and mobile, said Debra Bordignon, Chief Technologist, Innovation Leader, Office of the CTO, Enterprise Services, HP APAC and Japan.
After three days of intense discussions at the 10th annual FutureGov Summit, Managing Editor James Smith took a step back to review the best ideas, key lessons, and new priorities that were generated among the 150 Asian government ICT thought-leaders.
Delegates weigh the benefits and costs of Cloud solutions in the light of their organisations’ needs at Avaya’s workshop at the FutureGov Summit 2013.
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.
As US Federal Agencies plan to fully deploy the ‘big five’ technologies in the next two years, they are gearing up their networks for the resulting additional capacity and complexity in order to avoid network bottlenecks.
Singapore and China embarked on a new ‘Smart City Twinning’ initiative last week, with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding on the Strategic Collaboration on Smart City Development between the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, International Enterprise Singapore and Suzhou Industrial Park Administrative Committee.
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 ...