Singapore government to partner industry to spark innovation and build capabilities in a Smart Nation
Government will partner and co-create with the industry to apply digital and smart technologies that improve the lives of citizens.
Singaporeans can look forward to better and more citizen-centric services with the establishment of the new Government Technology Agency or GovTech.
Organisations that aim to capture the digital opportunity in this age of disruption need to focus on their core before their tech, writes Karamjit Singh.
The Singapore Government’s decision to cut off Internet access from all civil servants’ computers was not taken lightly, says the head of the agency in charge of it, Jacqueline Poh.
Singapore has merged its ICT and media agencies, and spun off a new agency to oversee government ICT. Benjamin Cher talks to the new GovTech chief Jacqueline Poh to find out what exactly its role is.
Hub Singapore launches The Mission Movement, a national initiative co-created by the entrepreneurs of Hub Singapore that is aimed at inspiring and mentoring the ‘entrepreneurial mindset’ among Singaporeans.
Does an ‘air-gap’ philosophy have a place and time in today’s hyper-connected world? And why is the industry so hesitant to weigh in? Benjamin Cher reports.
The IDA has launched its Smart Nation Fellowship Programme to get data scientists, technologists and engineers to help the Singapore Government deliver digital and data solutions to improve the lives of citizens.
The IDA has made the decision, after two public consultations, to allow for a fourth telco to enter Singapore, even allocating a sizable spectrum block for the new entrant.
EY will be opening a new regional centre of excellence in Singapore to tackle critical infrastructure cybersecurity, a first-of-its-kind facility in Asia.