To mark International Women’s Day today, Monday 8th March 2021, SG Women in Tech (SGWiT), in collaboration with SGTech have launched a new initiative – The SGWiT Corporate Pledge , where companies pledge to create a conducive environment with support system to attract, retain and develop more women in tech. Initiative to attract women in […]
Singpass now offers residents greater convenience and accessibility when transacting with the government and private sector, both online and in person.
Indonesia will utilise its partners’ tech solutions to successfully conduct vaccination initiatives via drive-through platforms for a safer and faster process.
The faster you can express business processes in digital form, the faster you can bring that idea, business or service to market. That’s the advantage that these microservices-based, agile technologies bring you.
The government has launched two national database systems in an attempt to shift from paper-based to electronic document management.
Local businesses dramatically improved digital transformation procedures years ahead of expectations to adapt to the restrictions carried by the pandemic.
The University of Tokyo is preparing to deploy a heterogeneous computing system, called “Wisteria/BDEC-01,” that will tackle simulation and big data “learning” workloads, in support of Japan’s Society 5.0 project.
IPOPHL inflates its policies to address the rising number of online counterfeits and complaints during the time of COVID-19.
University of Sydney researchers have joined forces with industry and the NSW Smart Sensing Network to give sight to marine oil and gas exploration vessels to help protect whale populations.
Applicants will be involved in smart city-related projects and solving pain points for various organisations through the R&D of applied tech.