Digital Transformation in Government
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Thursday, April 06, 2017 TIME: 10:00 am SGT, 12:00 noon AEST, 2:00 pm NZDT
Governments must continue to innovate and develop an agile response to the provision of public sector services. As citizens increasingly adopt new technology so must governments support new devices and access methodologies.
In order to foster a ‘digital first’ policy whereby government services are released on-line prior to other channels, it is important that modern devices and interface methods be supported by governments at all levels, federal, state and local.
This webinar will investigate:
- the drivers for the adoption of new technologies
- the opportunities that arise and
- the challenges that Governments must address.
Graham Williamson will introduce the issues and opportunities associated with a citizen-focused approach to the provision of government services.
Martin Kuppinger will then discuss ‘know your customer’ requirements that face governments.
Graham will then provide some practical guidelines to the secure and appropriate deployment of government services within the new technology environment.
APIs (application programming interfaces) have undergone a truly amazing transformation in recent years. From an obscure technical term only software developers were familiar with, they have developed into one of the foundations of today’s digital business. Nowadays, APIs are everywhere – they enable business communications with partners and customers, make applications from different vendors work together seamlessly, power large IoT networks and the whole cloud. For many companies, APIs have even become the very foundation of their business models and the primary source of income.
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