OpenGov Asia cordially invites you to this exclusive and timely OpenGovLive! Virtual Breakfast Insight aimed at imparting knowledge and strategies on:
how to embrace a culture of change and adopt combined solutions to elevate organisational efficiency and accelerate digital transformation
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Public and private sector organisations have readily embarked on a digital transformation journey in the past decade given the demands of consumers and citizens of the digital era.
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Some witnessed rapid results in driving a culture of change, while majority struggled in their digitalisation path. Their success or lack thereof is not determined by sheer determination, but a byproduct of factors such as leadership, cost, availability of information, workforce skillset and other resources. Many had to grapple with multiple, simultaneous and service-specific infrastructural, architectural or solution upgrades. These invariably led to confusion due to complex new systems and massive expenses brought by bundles upon bundles of purchases.
Modernisation has therefore steered toward the opposite direction, resulting in inconvenience and frustration not only to agencies and service providers, but also to the consumers and citizens who have demanded for this very change.
The pandemic had further increased the pressure on organisations to accelerate their digital transformation and to deliver efficient mission-critical services. It has exponentially amplified the expectation to overturn legacy systems swiftly and securely. The stakes have reached an all-time high.
With multiple challenges present, is there a way for organisations like yours to finally turn the tide in your favour?
Are there ways to achieve a breakthrough in digitalisation while maintaining resiliency and cost efficiency?
The most prominent challenge facing institutions is the alignment of resources, particularly budget, with innovation.
This is especially true for organisations with established cloud infrastructure with multiple subscriptions and tested applications. How can agencies modernise, re-platform, re-host and re-factor applications—transition from monolithic systems to agile, streamlined microservices? The answers involve small, scalable steps:
Modern cyberattacks now encompass a plethora of tactics employing lateral movement, island hopping, dark web exploitation, among others.
However, most businesses and agencies are not as equipped to face such attacks. Typically organisations will come from a reactive security posture. Defences are put up after sensitive information have been compromised. But as the old adage goes, prevention is still better than cure:
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Thank you very much OpenGov for the experience. There should be more sessions like this for government agencies on a regular basis, sort of a gut check across the government to see if we are synchronised on our goals and actions
Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
The topics are very interesting, especially in its application to make Government more efficient in the new normal
This is a very informative and engaging session, and you get to learn a lot from the speakers and participants
Prime Minister’s Office
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