Author: Benjamin Cher
While digital transformation consumes organisations across the world, how have workplaces responded to the new era of the digital workforce? Have they cracked the secret of keeping employees happy?
Being in the pole position can make all the difference between winning the race and getting a mere participation award, and cybersecurity firm Fortinet believes it has all but clinched it.
IT departments are fighting a losing battle against rogue or shadow IT, and employees are unknowingly exposing organisations to reputational risk.
IBM is bringing its cognitive computing, blockchain and design technologies closer to the Asia Pacific region with the launch of the world’s first Watson Centre.
Technology is only a single element in digitisation, but companies put too much emphasis on it, says the Cisco regional chief.
It is 2016 and despite all the talk of digital transformation, companies are still mucking about with paper-based documents. Time to optimise, says an Adobe exec.
Singaporean fintech startup Jewel Paymentech said it has landed funding after being selected for US bank Wells Fargo’s accelerator programme.
Data breaches are increasing, and financial motivations appear to be behind a bulk of them, but nation-states are battling it out as well, Benjamin Cher reports.
A while horde of technologies is being aimed at the fintech space, which means it's going to be one industry worth keeping an eye on, writes Benjamin Cher.
Faced with hurdles in its consumer-focused attempt to solve the Asia’s connectivity woes, Wilson Electronics switches track to woo commercial customers instead.