As global citizens, we expect the same speed, service quality and transparency from the public sector: we expect digital on demand. It is a Government’s responsibility to deliver this expectation and make the lives of its citizens simpler, easier and better.
Governments must deliver optimized public services in a better, faster, cheaper and more resilient way. By putting citizens at the heart of everything they do, Governments :
- Make life easier for the citizen
- Adhere more easily to local legislation around data sovereignty and provide reassurance around the security of personal data
- Maintain relevance in the digital era.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) is an open and vibrant public university based in Perth, Western Australia – one of the remotest cities in the world. In a highly competitive market and with an ambitious vision for growth, ECU’s leadership team saw the huge potential of digital technologies and Cloud.
CIO Elizabeth Wilson shares views on how Edith Cowan University enabled a bold move of the university’s entire data center infrastructure to the Cloud.
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A black swan” was a common expression in 16th century London as a statement that describes the impossible, deriving from the old-world presumption that all swans must be white.
Digital has transformed our everyday lives and as citizens, we expect the same kind of digital experience from the public sector as we get from commercial companies.
This paper aims to shine a light on the various choices and challenges in the digital and cloud adoption journey, and highlights the increasing number of successes worldwide.
Vice President Digital Transformation and Cloud in Higher Education