Is your software like the finest wine that gets better over time? Or does it have a ticking shelf-life like milk?
FutureGov spoke to Kris Kumar, Senior Vice President and Regional ...
Governments must protect themselves by managing information security at the ...
The Australian Treasury had 15 per cent of its budget cut in the last two years. But its CIO, Peter Alexander, continues to meet rising demands with fewer resources, delivering real business benefits to the agency.
Raleigh, the capital city of the state of North Carolina in US, has taken bold steps towards becoming the world’s first open source city. Gail Roper, the city’s Chief Information and Community Relations Officer, shares some helpful tips for local governments looking to follow in Raleigh’s footsteps.
A recent FutureGov survey explored what the region’s top decision makers feel about open source. As queries about trends and various misconceptions came up, we asked Red Hat’s Harish Pillay, the Global Head for Community Architecture and Leadership, and Damien Wong, General Manager for ASEAN, to share their perspectives on what open source is and isn’t.
In the first part of the interview, Fong Weng Kiong, Assistant Director (Policy & Development), Public Affairs Department of Singapore Police Force shared the agency’s achievements around its use of social media and the benefits. Here, Fong reveals the challenges of navigating the new social media environment and how the Public Affairs team has adapted new styles and strategies for success.
In an exclusive interview with FutureGov, Fong Weng Kiong, Assistant Director (Policy & Development), Public Affairs Department of Singapore Police Force reveals how the agency is responding to the fast-changing new media environment, their successes and challenges.
CIO of Wellington City Council, Channa Jayasinha, reveals to FutureGov the drivers, strategies and technologies behind the Council’s ongoing ICT and business transformation programme.
For bustling global cities like Hong Kong, town planners are faced with unique challenges brought about by its limited land area. Deciding where to put up the next prime commercial area or the new public housing requires impeccable urban planning and design in order to build liveable communities and facilitate economic prosperity.
The Japanese government is running a trial to develop flexible public networks with software-defined networking. Shinya Kukita, Chief Engineer at NEC’s Global Business Unit, shares how this latest technology can allow governments to optimise their networks in response to dynamic public demands.
Ageing population and the rise of chronic diseases are two of the biggest pressures facing healthcare administrators today. Polycom’s Global Director for Healthcare Ron Emerson speaks to FutureGov about how telehealth can help.
CommVault’s Area Vice President for Australia and New Zealand, Bryan Stibbard, shares how public sector agencies can better manage and extract more business value from their data.
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 ...