The national cybersecurity talent base is a key enabler of transformation efforts and the agency is working closely with industry partners and agencies to secure and strengthen the digital environment.
Singapore customers are among the first in the world to use the Now Platform on Azure, to deliver business-wide transformation, while meeting data residency requirements for how sensitive information is stored, shared, protected and used.
Healthcare providers can now access a new digital platform that will facilitate the upload of COVID-19 vaccination records to the Australian Immunisation Register.
With “building an inclusive digital society” as one of their main priorities for 2021, the country is looking to ensure that all Singaporeans can reap the benefits of digitalisation.
With the pandemic still affecting the nation, the Philippine agency continues to mitigate its effects by providing its stakeholders with more online services and transactions.
The communication system enables a vehicle’s smart sensors to interact and exchange data with other smart vehicles, infrastructure, mobile networks and devices.
The new tech intends to educate young citizens, locals and tourists on the stories and history of the country and its native people.
The city is building digital infrastructure and AI-related policies as well as establishing centres for AI research, technology transfer and human resources between 2021 and 2025.
Indonesian SMEs are set to get additional software-based technologies for logistical and supply monitoring purposes to complement the sector’s digitalisation programmes.
Cyberview and TalentCorp signed an MoU to collaborate on the development of Malaysia’s tech talent, strengthening Cyberjaya’s talent ecosystem and transforming Cyberjaya and its communities into an innovation-based hub.