The Myanmar coup’s other victim: reliable internet connectivity

Businesses and citizens alike are trying to work around the frequent cutoffs using a variety of technologies, but the damage goes deep. Myanmar, home to...

Scotland launches AI strategy with a focus on ethics and inclusion

The Scottish government has set out plans to focus on ethics and inclusion in its use of artificial intelligence (AI) within the public sector,...

CIO Academy Asia (CIOAA) Announces Appointment of new Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Singapore, 2020/2021 – CIO Academy Asia is happy to announce David Chin as the new Deputy Chief Executive Officer as from Oct 2020. David Chin...

Salute to women in the tech sector

In light of International Women’s day which was celebrated on March 8th to recognise women for their achievements. CIOAA was asked “How can organisations do their part to bridge the gender gap, in the digital and other areas?”

How to get ahead of the curve when IoT converges with AI

IoT devices collect vast amounts of data, making AI essential for sifting through the noise to produce actionable insights. Here are four points you...

Lessons from a cloud architect

Cloud computing has revolutionised the way digital applications are being developed. Mr Gregor Hohpe, former technical director in Google Cloud’s office of the CTO,...

How to bridge the gender gap in cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is still a male-dominated profession, but women are starting to get in on the action. From showing more confidence in their technical skills...

GovTech expert shares challenges and considerations of building a smart city

Mr Christopher Tong, engineering project manager at GovTech, discusses the challenges and complexities of scaling smart city solutions. Dense clusters of buildings, sprawling infrastructure and...