In his inspiring keynote address, Dr. Ir. Rudy Salahuddin emphasises that by harnessing digital technology collectively, the nation can pave the way towards Emas 2045, leading to profound advancements for both the country and the global community.
Out of a record-breaking pool of 1,000 submissions, the Revolutionary 50 (RVLT50) finalists have emerged, with 45 percent of them developing solutions that address urban challenges and promote sustainability.
STB has collaborated with National Geographic CreativeWorks to unveil a virtual photo exhibition that showcases the lesser-known side of Singapore, encouraging travellers to explore the city-state’s cultural diversity and hidden spots.
EXCLUSIVE: Gerald Caron, Chief Information Officer & Assistant Inspector General for Information Technology, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General
OpenGov Asia interviews Gerald Caron on strategies to implement Zero Trust Architecture
In Thailand, many of its major banks have already embarked on a multi-year transformation journey to realise their full potential and take advantage of the opportunities of digitisation.
SingHealth and SGInnovate Partner to Advance Health Science Innovations and Further Deep Tech Adoption in Healthcare
The partnership is looking to drive a plethora of emerging tech including AI to improve diagnostics, treatment and enhance healthcare delivery and clinical outcomes for Singapore and beyond.
EXCLUSIVE: Howie Lau, NCS, Managing Partner, Corporate Development and Partnerships, on Driving Growth and Transformation Regionally and Globally
Howie provides insights on Singapore as a global technology hub and how to build a digital ecosystem and boost digital capabilities to fuel growth across the region.
5G@Sentosa testbed aims to catalyse large-scale adoption of 5G by government agencies and develop Singapore’s 5G eco-system ahead of nationwide 5G rollout in 2025.
GovTech’s new Vulnerability Rewards Programme – a bug-hunting initiative – offers up to $5,000 for ethical hackers to find security vulnerabilities in public sector systems.
The initiative is part of NCS’s regional expansion strategy into Australia, to bring integrated ICT and digital services to Australian clients across a wide range of industries and government sectors.