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To support the next wave of 5G growth, the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) is seeking views from the public and industry on the potential use and allocation of the 2.1 GHz spectrum band for 5G in Singapore. The band is currently used for 3G services and will expire at the end of 2021. IMDA …

Last December 2020, the Government released the Research, Innovation, and Enterprise (RIE) 2025 plan, laying out the country’s scientific and digital ambitions for the next five years. With its whopping S$25 billion budget, the RIE2025 represents Singapore’s most ambitious R&D programme to date. Building upon RIE2020’s legacy, the new plan will continue to focus on and expand …

The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) and National Research Foundation Singapore (NRF) will invest S$50 million over the next five years to develop our digital trust capabilities. Announced by Singapore Minister for Communications and Information Mrs Josephine Teo at the ATxAI Conference during Asia Tech x Singapore (ATxSG), this investment will allow Singapore to tap on new …

By generating data-driven insights on employee engagement, SD:D Spark analytics company EngageRocket is helping businesses bring out the best in their people.   While the blurring of work-life boundaries due to COVID-19 is a cause for concern, remote work also brought increased flexibility and access to more career opportunities. According to Microsoft’s global 2021 Work Trends …

The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) and Informa Tech today announced the latest line up of luminary profiles headlining the upcoming Asia Tech x Singapore, held from 13 to 16 July 2021. The ATxSummit, held on 13 July, is the apex event of the inaugural ATxSG. Set to be opened by Guest-of-Honour Singapore Deputy Prime Minister and Coordinating …

With tech giants like Google, Facebook and Alibaba landing on local shores, Singapore continues to grow in stature as a global tech and innovation hub. Built on high-quality infrastructure and a vibrant ecosystem of over 3,400 start-ups and 600 investors, the city-state was ranked the fifth most innovative city in the World Economic Forum’s 2019 Innovative Cities …

Chances are, even if you aren’t a scientist, you’ve most likely heard of the scientific method. Formalised in the 16th century by English philosopher Francis Bacon, the scientific method provides an organised way to generate new knowledge through a careful process of observation, experimentation and analysis. However, while the scientific method works wonders in controlled laboratory …

Do you think that digitalisation is only for the young? You’re never too old to embark on your digitalisation journey, read on to find out how Synergetic Beauty System’s employees who are over 50 years of age adopt new technologies!   It was a crisis like no other. Forced to shut down for almost three …

As the first insurance company to attain both the Data Protection Trustmark (DPTM) and APEC Cross Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) certifications, Great Eastern Life has boosted its stakeholders’ confidence—making it the insurer of choice for customers, financial representatives and partners. With Great Eastern Life proactively digitalising, the certifications will reassure customers that their personal data, …

All over the world, Singapore is renowned for its iconic skyscrapers, bustling malls and squeaky-clean streets. Though often unnoticed, the country’s sparkling surfaces are made possible by the frontline workers in the waste management and sanitation industries. Local technology company Terra Sol is on a mission to empower these workers and make their jobs safer and more …