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Week in Review: Durian sellers ahead of the IoT curve
Businesses are increasingly beginning to see the business value of IoT, writes Karamjit Singh, including durian sellers in Malaysia!  
What’s Next 2016: A digital strategy? You’re behind the times
If you have been crafting a 'digital strategy,' you're already behind the times, according to a panel discussion at DNA's What's Next conference.
Week in Review: Singapore gets it about digital disruption
The Singapore Government’s move to allocate US$30 million to four large corporates to be used for startup funding strikes Karamjit Singh as major recognition that digital is a mega trend that brick-and-mortar companies need to deal with.
What’s Next welcomes Accenture as Knowledge Partner
Accenture, the world’s largest management consulting services company, joins What’s Next as its Knowledge Partner while UK-listed and Malaysian-founded BDA company Fusionex International has returned as Supporting Sponsor.
Nearly half of Asian businesses have no digital strategy
Despite all those catchy slogans and taglines – such as ‘data is the lifeblood of the business’ or ‘data is the new electricity of the business’ – 43% of Asian companies do not have a digital strategy.
Digital fluency and the gender gap
If women become fluent users of technology, Malaysia could achieve gender equality in the workplace by as early as 2060, according to consulting firm Accenture.
Go digital or lose the Asian consumer: Accenture
The Consumer Packaged Goods industry needs to enhance its digital capabilities to reach Asian consumers, according to a study by Accenture.
Riset membuktikan SDM tetap menjadi kunci utama ekonomi digital
SDM bukan hanya tenaga kerja, tetapi juga termasuk pelanggan dan mitra bisnis Teknologi tidak akan menggantikan manusia, karena memiliki kemampuan berbeda  
The digital economy is about people: Accenture study
Leading companies that develop a people-first approach will win in today’s digital economy, according to the latest global technology trends report from Accenture.
Malaysians businesses struggling with ‘always-on’ customers
Companies in Malaysia are struggling to keep pace with the increasingly ‘always on’ nature of their customers, their greater use of digital channels, and their growing acceptance of non-traditional providers, according to new research from Accenture.
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