Government needs innovative technology solutions to transform complex public services making them citizen and community centred, easy to use, and cost effective.
Innovation is at the heart of the Australian public’s vision for the future of government service delivery. We explore how the public sector can maintain its digital momentum. ...
There’s never been a more exciting time to be a part of the digital world says Tony Warren, group executive for Corporate Affairs at Telstra.
The future of citizenship and service delivery is here – and it’s all about virtual movement, says former Estonian government CIO Taavi Kotka.
From Singapore to Estonia, technology is spurring public good, smart service and social inclusion.
As the demands of an interconnected, disrupted future increase, the onus is on governments to keep up with their constituents.
One West Australian city is embracing a digital first strategy to future-proof its economy.
Big data, omnichannel service delivery, open platforms and artificial intelligence are all changing the way governments interact with their citizens.
Discover how one Tasmanian school is using technology to truly bring the classroom to life.
There are a lot of things that money can buy, but trust and transparency aren’t among them.
As the global population swells, entrepreneurship is the answer to creating and delivering responsive policy.
Global trade is a sprawling web of data and financial transactions that transcends geographical borders.
Political transformation, the “gig” economy, and the individual value chain; meet the new global economy.
With the Internet of Things set to challenge every industry, what can your business do to prepare – and prosper?
A small council in a big place is embracing technology for fleet monitoring and safety.
Having worked with some of the world’s most celebrated cities, civic design expert David Adam explains the essential ingredients to a successful, sustainable and productive env...
In the same way rotary dial telephones have all but disappeared from our homes, desktop PCs may soon become relegated to history. Here’s why.