The Department of Education will be rolling out its Computerisation Programme (DCP) and five other programmes which aim to provide ICT packages and IT infrastructure in public schools.
To achieve a net-zero emission future, Indonesia is looking to establish green buildings – something it is felt will be key to strengthen the country’s resilience to climate change.
Singapore hawkers will be given access to the most recent and advanced online ordering platform to help them run their businesses and encourage the elderly and less tech-savvy hawkers to go digital.
To encourage more people to protect the country’s endemic plants, plant conservationists in the Philippines have collaborated with companies that promote the use of technological innovations.
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Quezon City is working with a network provider to provide a suite of internet and digital solutions to support the connectivity needs of local residents and learners, keeping them digitally empowered in the new normal.
A global cloud computing services provider will establish a giant data centre bolstering the country’s growing digital sector and showing confidence in the country’s economic recovery.
A new cyber security framework requires cyber-security service providers that verify whether a company is vulnerable to hacking and monitor information technology systems for suspicious activity to be licensed.
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, the Philippines was able to rank in the top 50 in the recent Global Innovation Index report.
Researchers from the University of Otago and the Otago Museum are utilising instrumentation, computational modelling and machine learning to record and analyse large collections of cultural artefacts.