Reimagining Southeast Asia’s Public Sector with Software Robots with Dennis Lui, Chief Executive, VITAL, MOF & Wong Wen-Ming, VP & MD, Southeast Asia, UiPath
Intelligent automation bridges the gap between new and legacy systems, allowing for the transformation of public sector service delivery and performance.
Singapore, Malaysia Conclude Digital, Green Economic Frameworks
The countries laid the groundwork for future collaboration in the green and digital sectors to provide tangible benefits to the communities and businesses; Singapore’s Enabling Masterplan 2030 was recently released.
Update on User Data Regulations in Vietnam
The government has issued a decree which requires all foreign firms to store data from Vietnamese users domestically. The data, including account names, credit card information, and registered phone numbers, must be stored for at least 24 months.
NSW Launches Australia’s Largest Multi-Trades Hub
Australia’s largest multi-trades hub is open for business with more than 3,000 carpentry, plumbing, and electrotechnology students learning the latest industry skills at TAFE NSW Meadowbank.
Philadelphia Extends Free Internet Access for Students
Philadelphia will keep offering free internet access to connect families in need and close the City’s digital gap; the U.S. Defence Department will give priority to microelectronics research and development.
UTM and Bidding Platform Collaborate in Digital Sciences and Tech
UTM and Malaysia’s fastest-growing bidding platform signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) in the areas of technology, cybersecurity and data science.
Digital Platform for Thailand’s Natural and Cultural Heritage
As part of its transition to the “Thailand 4.0” era, the country intends to use the Navanurak platform not only to preserve its cultural heritage; but also, to provide critical data for economic growth.
First University-Built Cube Satellites in the Philippines
After ten months of deployment into orbit, the first Philippine university-built cube satellites, dubbed as Maya-3 and Maya-4, successfully re-entered the atmosphere of Earth, marking the completion of a mission that was deemed a success.