Nanyang Technology University in Singapore has launched three new world-class ...
Governments operate in a challenging environment with growing threats to their critical IT systems. FutureGov speaks to industry experts from Symantec to better understand how public sector organisations can improve their business continuity and security.
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore has published a set of standards and protocols which will help reduce the time and costs involved in developing and deploying location-based services.
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.
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.
Hong Kong is ranked second in Asia Pacific for its e-government programmes - and their award-winning agencies will be sharing their experience on 12 November at the 5th annual FutureGov Forum Hong Kong.
Dame Wendy Hall, a noted Web authority, shares insights about a global resource that features more than 15 billion “pages” of hyper-linked information, and touches all aspects of modern communication.
Changi General Hospital has achieved Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model stage six, an international benchmark for the use of advanced IT to improve patient care.
National University of Singapore will soon have Southeast Asia’s first dedicated Audiology SMART classroom so students can observe and communicate through real-time videoconferencing with doctors in hospital.
Mobile broadband subscriptions, which allow users to access the web via smartphones, tablets and WiFi-connected laptops, are growing at a rate of 30 per cent annually, according to latest report by Broadband Commission for Digital Development, a joint initiative by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation and International Telecommunication Union.
With the use of technology and several social media platforms, the Singapore Memory Project has successfully collected over 800,000 memories. Led by National Library Board, the project is is a national movement to capture, document and reserve the stories and memories of Singaporeans from all walks of life.
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 ...