subscribe: Daily Newsletter

 

Gemalto enables biometric passports i...

Gemalto has confirmed that its advanced epassport technologies are now being used in over 30 different countries. The...

posted on: Sep 14, 2017 | author: Allan Davison

Public-sector projects benefit from h...

It has been 23 years since the first Pan-African Conference of Ministers of Public/ Civil Service was held in Tangier....

posted on: Aug 16, 2017 | author: Allan Davison

Bytes’ SAMRAS solution empowers...

Bytes Universal Systems (BUS) has successfully implemented SAMRAS, its locally developed and fully integrated...

posted on: Jul 21, 2017 | author: Allan Davison

Brazil makes government procurement t...

The Brazilian Ministry of Planning, Development and Management (MP) has selected the Qlik Analytics Platform to power...

posted on: Jul 17, 2017 | author: Allan Davison

Western Cape Government accelerates d...

The Western Cape Government has confirmed a new three-year Enterprise Information Management (EIM) agreement with...

posted on: May 18, 2017 | author: Kathy Gibson

Vodacom apps to support government se...

Vodacom is using technology to support service delivery in South Africa by developing mobile platforms to promote...

posted on: May 12, 2017 | author: Kathy Gibson

Dubai launches government service pri...

Dubai Government’s Department of Finance (DOF) has selected the Qlik Analytics Platform to deliver an intuitive...

posted on: May 3, 2017 | author: Allan Davison

The City of Tshwane wins award for Ts...

The City of Tshwane’s mission to be the most connected city on the African continent continues to garner...

posted on: Dec 8, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Report municipal issues directly with...

The locally developed ttrumpet mobile application has introduced an innovative new Ward Feature that empowers citizens...

posted on: Oct 31, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Mobile voter enrolment for DRC electi...

Gemalto has won an international tender to supply CENI, the National Independent Electoral Commission of the...

posted on: Jul 5, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Gemalto e-passports ranked tops

Gemalto’s operating system, integrated in the Sealys electronic passports, has achieved the fastest reading...

posted on: Jun 22, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Tshwane debuts safety app

The City of Tshwane and the Tshwane Metro Police Department (TMPD) have launched the Namola user app, officially...

posted on: May 3, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Digital will dissolve traditional bus...

Digital technology has already significantly transformed business operations and processes. Its effects are being felt...

posted on: Aug 1, 2017 | author: Allan Davison

Mobile apps empower local government

We’ve fallen in love with our beloved mobile apps, but how can we use them to solve our real social challenges,...

posted on: May 2, 2017 | author: Allan Davison

Technology can empower government ser...

Latest-generation enterprise technologies have the potential to improve financial and operational management within...

posted on: Jan 20, 2017 | author: Allan Davison

Governments struggle with outdated sy...

The legacy of enterprise management systems used by parastatals and State Owned Enterprises (SOE) is renowned for its...

posted on: Oct 27, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Western Cape improves reliable servic...

The Western Cape Government’s Department of Transport and Public Works has reduced its average licence...

posted on: Oct 3, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Less talk and more action, says Zinia

Internet service provider Zinia has thrown down the gauntlet to the telecommunications industry and government to take...

posted on: Sep 30, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Business continuity in the public sec...

While business continuity (BC) is mission-critical for any business, it is in the public sector where ensuring the...

posted on: Sep 19, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Technology could assist with voting c...

South Africa’s progress towards political stability and democracy is underpinned by its free and fair electoral...

posted on: Aug 2, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Africa governments need greater data ...

The African continent is set to undergo the most rapid Internet traffic (IP) growth worldwide between now and 2020. ...

posted on: Jul 6, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Intervate helps to digitise the gazet...

The Government Printing Works (GPW) has seen a host of initial benefits from its digitisation and automation...

posted on: Jun 24, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Sentiment analysis empowers the publi...

What is government doing to tap into the wealth of data generated through social media channels? It is time for a...

posted on: May 13, 2016 | author: Kathy Gibson

Shared services to drive municipal se...

With pressure mounting on the government to reduce costs while improving governance and service delivery, there is an...

posted on: Apr 19, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

« Previous Entries