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Category Archives: Information and Communications Technology
The article, Enterprise technologies to watch in 2016, lists a number of disruptive technologies which may impact organisations in the next 12 months.
The Government of Western Australia have released, Digital WA : Western Australian Government ICT Strategy 2016-2020. The strategy, “provides a comprehensive vision and roadmap for government ICT in Western Australia.”
The Information Technology Strategy for the Victorian Government 2016-2010 (PDF 3MB) has been released. The four key priorities addressed in the strategy are: Information and data reform Digital opportunity Technology reform Capability uplift
Article examines US National Institute of Standards and Technology proposed changes to federal authentication
The article, NIST looks to transform federal authentication, discusses draft digital authentication guidelines which were recently produced by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
The blog post, Predictive security intelligence : achieving holistic cybersecurity, discusses the need for agencies to be proactive in order to address cybersecurity concerns. Four key areas are identified for action.
UK Government Digital Service Executive Director discusses ideas to recruit and retain staff with digital skills
In the article, Whitehall’s digital staff could break free of traditional grade structure to woo talent, GDS boss says, Stephen Foreshew-Cain, discusses ideas to attract and retain staff with digital, data and technology skills to the civil service.
The article, From red tape to digital disruption : how governments are becoming tech savvy, includes a discussion of blockchain technology and examples of developments in a number of jurisdictions, including Estonia.
The article, 3 steps to understanding what cognitive means for governments…, identifies three key areas which governments need to be aware of in order to maximise the benefits of cognitive based systems.
A news item entitled, Government explores blockchain technology to improve public services, outlines plans to investigate how blockchain technology can be used to deliver government services. The article includes a link to a recent speech by the Minister for the Cabinet … Continue reading
The United States Department of Homeland Security has released the document, Mobile application playbook (MAP) (PDF 2.8MB). “The playbook informs readers of the process for developing and managing applications that run on smartphones and other mobile devices from the initial … Continue reading