According to an Intel’s Solution Services Blueprint “going wireless” offers many potential benefits for communities-from increased productivity to lower costs to greater citizen satisfaction- while being practical and cost-effective.
During the latest conference on e–Government, in Manchester in the U.K. ministers of Europe agreed on the fact the EU needs to get more creative in how it uses IT to improve public services and deliver social and economic benefits to businesses, governments and citizens
In 2005, was worked out by the Committee of Information technology for first time a completed Digital Strategy for Greece, regarding the period 2006-2013.
The first conference in New Zealand focusing solely on regional and municipal broadband infrastructure and grassroots IT initiatives took place at November 23 in Wellington.
The Center for Digital Government announced the winners of the 2005 Best of the Web contest and 2005 Digital Government Achievement Awards.
Intel announced the launch of the ‘Intel Digital Transformation Initiative for the Middle East’, a comprehensive, multi-year program that will expand Intel’s economic, educational and technology-related support throughout the region.
The W2i Wireless Communities Best Practices Awards pay tribute to local governments implementing broadband-wireless solutions for cities, counties and regions. This year’s winners were announced at the W2i Digital Cities Convention (San Francisco, October 11, 2005).