Topic: government

What is Microsoft’s Intune – and how well does the UEM tool really work?

Microsoft's unified endpoint management offering, Intune, has the potential to reduce time and effort managing desktop and mobile work environments. But it's not without its own set of problems, according to users.

Four API trends in a GDPR world

Here is an exploration of how the GDPR regulations have impacted APIs and how things may pan out in the near future.

What is Wireshark? What this essential troubleshooting tool does and how to use it

Wireshark is a must-have (and free) network protocol analyzer for any security professional or systems administrator. It's like Jaws, only for packets.

Snooper's Charter dealt fresh blow by European Court of Human Rights

The European Court of Human Rights deemed the UK's state surveillance regime as unlawful in a landmark ruling yesterday, adding fuel to the fire in a fresh challenge to the current government's latest snooping powers, enshrined in the Investigatory Powers Act of 2016.

How Essex is trying to become the smartest county in the UK

Essex may not be a city, but that hasn't stopped the progressive county council from pursuing various smart city pilots, from smart street lamps to smart care homes and rural broadband.

Singapore launches unified QR code payment system

In a joint statement released on Monday (17 September), the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) announced the launch of the the Singapore Quick Response Code (SGQR), a single QR code adopted by 27 payment schemes in Singapore.

Georgia Tech research: smart-building and IoT technology are highly fragmented

Data gathered by traditional building systems goes overlooked because it is formats aren’t compatible with data formats used by newer IoT devices, slowing the advance of smart cities.

5 data storage trends disrupting the Indian market

The world’s total data volume is growing exponentially every minute, with sizeable data pouring in from banking, insurance and telecom giants, as also from healthcare and automobile sectors, with others following close.

NITI Aayog, Quantta Analytics collaborate to predict GDP of India

Quantta has used its extensive database on the Indian Economy to provide an advance signal to senior leaders in Government about the state of the economy. 

Indian consumers have positive outlook towards AI: Research

The majority also believe that AI has the ability to help make society smarter (60 percent) in the future.

Birth certificates, property titles and motor rego headed for the blockchain in Australia

​Secure Logic, makers of the blockchain platform underpinning the NSW Government’s digital driver’s licence pilot, has revealed its ambitions for the technology across a bevy of state government services.