The Australian government sector IT spend is expected to grow 6.2% this year to $13.26 billion as government organisations continue to embrace remote work and connected public services.
Institutions of education, agencies and the private sector around the country are collaborating on upskilling programmes in artificial intelligence, machine learning, digital marketing, cybersecurity and blockchain to support India’s digital ambitions
The state-of-the-art SaaS platform uses blockchain technology, AI, and cutting-edge secure QR technology to both manage and protect user data efficiently.
The multi-billion investment is among four types of digital infrastructure initiatives outlined by the government under the MyDigital plan to accelerate innovation and create an effective digital ecosystem in the country.
Vietnam has more than 58,000 technology businesses, and the target of 100,000 tech firms by 2030 could be achieved as early as 2025.
The company intends to support the government’s mission of increasing electric vehicle usage and reducing the demands of private vehicle ownerships.
The government must bring cybersecurity to the front of its digital strategy to ensure the nation is safe and that businesses are operating at their peak to protect both customers and staff.
The two sides will cooperate on biotechnology, energy, nanotechnology, information communication technologies, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity.
The agency aims to curtail the effects of the pandemic by providing an online learning and management system for its staff and personnel.
Australian consumers who were forced online, given the seriousness of the pandemic, have adapted quickly making e-commerce a booming sector and a bright spot in the country’s economy.