Senior Volunteers Partner with Smart Nation & Digital Government Office to Enhance Digital Capabilities
The Memorandum seals the partnership to engage seniors in the co-creation of Smart Nation initiatives and digital government services.
Through the Work-Study Scheme, HKU students will gain experience, understand the latest tech developments and market requirements, and be better prepared to contribute to the FinTech industry in Hong Kong.
The tool analyses files that are often exploited for ransomware, helping individuals and businesses operate in a safe cyber environment.
The pandemic has accelerated digital adoption among the Malaysian consumers who have now found themselves more comfortable with online transactions, from shopping to investing.
The government is investing in computers, modems, and routers to support the province as it recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.
With support from South32, the program is now a blended learning package called Takeaway STEM that includes physical activity materials, worksheets, videos and live virtual classroom learning support for students.
The utilisation of broadband will affect economic dynamics and social welfare because it encourages an increase in the number of economic sectors and activities.
The Smart Agriculture System Project will boost productivity and income via smart agriculture farming systems using an ICT-based model.
Open Gov Asia recently had the opportunity to speak with the Co founder of RESYNC, a cloud-based energy management solution, Dr Jyantika Soni. RESYNC have been shortlisted for this years DBS Foundation Social Impact Prize at the Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Plan Competition (LKYGBPC) will be awarded to the most innovative business plans / […]