Indonesia is looking to ensure that its Intellectual Property framework guarantees legal certainty and is a driver of innovation, creativity and national economic growth.
The country aims to be among the top four ASEAN countries on the United Nations e-government rankings by 2030 and among the top 70 worldwide.
The launch of the JAIPONG Dashboard is seen as a step that reaffirms the Indonesian government’s commitment to facilitate Japanese investors in Indonesia.
Under this campaign, students pursuing education in higher educational institutions will get information about the correct system of application to patent inventions.
With regional and global tech ambitions, Vietnam sets targets to enter the group of leading tech-countries in the world.
With global digital ambitions, India is taking cyber resilience seriously and has initiated measures to address it at all levels – domestically and internationally.
Startup4industry, built on the theme “Indonesia Is Confident in Domestic Technology” 2020 aims to deeply technology to have a positive social impact on citizens and mitigate the impact of the pandemic in the industrial sector.
The upgrades will go along way in serving citizens directly but also assists government agencies that serve such remote communities.
With all agencies getting on board, the Department of Information and Communications Technology hopes to fast-track the buildup of telecommunication towers to fully address the Filipinos connectivity needs and the nation’s progress.
The government’s Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) initiative, launched in 2009, aims to achieve fibre-to-the-premises to 87% of the population by 2022.