EXCLUSIVE! Hybrid Workspace 2.0: Adapting Singapore’s Public Sector to Hybrid Workspace Technological Capabilities
Adopting a secure government-commercial cloud policy to fully utilise the capabilities to improve public sector resilience and foster innovation to better serve the people.
R&D collaboration in quantum technologies is now being explored and promoted through a partnership between Singapore through its National Quantum Office and Finland’s research centres and laboratory.
Every province will develop a strategic plan corresponding with its actual digital transformation status and capacity with pilots carried out to see if information systems can survive major incidents.
The 3-year agreement is to collaborate on a new integrated course for the airline’s Cadet Pilot training programme aimed at cultivating local aviation industry talent and developing Hong Kong as a hub for aviation training.
Cloud computing could revolutionise the way the government deals with natural disasters, power failures, and other crises. India is training human resources to optimise the use of cloud technology in governance through a series of workshops for officials.
A leading IT infrastructure and services company announced the commencement of its sixth data centre construction in Cyberjaya, shortly after the completion of its fifth data centre in 2021, helping to usher in the new digital era in Malaysia.
The Diploma intends to equip police officers, state cyber cells, law enforcement agencies, prosecutors, and judicial officers with the latest digital forensics skills to handle cybercrime investigations in compliance with Indian laws.
The MoU Monash will focus on cooperation and collaboration in research, multi-stakeholder consultations and participation in Southeast Asia as well as capacity-sharing in critical technologies in Southeast Asia, focusing on Malaysia.