#DigitalUnite Video Series
The Office of Information and Communications Technology (OICT) has launched the #DigitalUnite video series. Each week, we’ll post a video about key OICT projects and initiatives, including UN cybersecurity campaigns, open-source software challenges and cutting-edge tools and services.
We’re excited to introduce our OpenSource team at @UN_OICT for our #DigitalUnite video series this week! OpenSource software promotes collaboration, transparency, innovation, and accessibility, making it a powerful force to achieve SDGs at UN.
Hear from Mr. Bernardo Mariano Jr., Chief Information Technology Officer, Assistant Secretary-General, on how OICT embraces #DigitalTransformation to tackle global challenges, foster collaboration, and promote sustainable development.
Gregory Ogolla, Information Systems Officer, OICT, speaks about the Academy, the United Nations data literacy program. Available to all UN personnel, Unite Academy hosts data and analytics courses twice a year.
Ramesh Thapa, Head of the Architecture and Standards Unit at OICT, explains that data architecture is about how data is collected, distributed and consumed.
From vital data collection to informed decisions, information management (IM) empowers the United Nations to tackle global challenges with precision & efficacy! Learn more from Yujun Pian, Chief of Section for Information Management, OICT.
Jorge Martinez-Navarrete, Information Systems Officer, OICT, talks about Unite Ideas, the online platform where individuals, teams and organizations can collaborate with the United Nations to leverage innovative ideas and tech to accelerate the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This video from the United Nations Global Service Centre (UNGSC) focuses on the Virtual Operations Centre, an extended reality solution.
UN 2.0: Quintet of Change represents a powerful force for positive #DigitalTransformation to shape a better world for all! Hear Bernardo Mariano Jr., Chief Information Technology Officer, Assistant Secretary-General, talk about the five pillars.
This video focuses on Field Remote Infrastructure Monitoring, a robust and scalable ecosystem that connects smart infrastructure and equipment from anywhere to meet end-user needs. The many benefits of accessing real-time data like this are critically important.