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Technology disruptions at work in Asean
Changing demographics are accelerating the pace of change in Asean’s workplace, but we are also seeing technology driving disruption at an organisational level, changing the way information is processed, how decisions are made, and how knowledge is shared, writes Grace Yip of Accenture Singapore.
How to deal effectively with workspace digitisation
The BYOD and digital workspace trends present a challenge to IT departments. Edwin Yapp looks into the issue.
Accenture and Alcatel-Lucent team up in ultra-broadband enterprise play
Accenture and Alcatel-Lucent have formed a strategic alliance to help communications service providers (CSPs) and large enterprises implement integrated ultra-broadband solutions to address the challenges of rising costs and increased data consumption caused by high demand from digital customers and applications.
Trial by fire: Adopting the resilience mindset
In the era of the ‘always-on’ business, it is not enough anymore that you have top-of-the-line IT security tools. Your security structure should not be implemented according to a compliance checklist, writes Sebastiaan Wahlers of Accenture.
Industry vet, Internet investor Larry Gan appointed Fatfish chairman
Singapore-headquartered Internet venture accelerator Fatfish Internet Group Limited has appointed former Accenture Asia managing partner and renowned tech investor Larry Gan as non-executive chairman.
Janet Yap now country managing director for Accenture in Malaysia
Accenture has announced the appointment of Janet Yap as its new country managing director in Malaysia.
Banks in Malaysia face new threat … and opportunity: Accenture
Malaysia’s banks face a new threat: Competitors ranging from technology and telecommunications companies to consumer retailers and travel agents who are using digital technologies to edge in on the retail banking landscape. This new competition is a significant threat but also spell an opportunity, according to consultancy firm Accenture.
Malaysian ‘Switching Economy’ worth over US$53 billion in revenue: Accenture
Most companies in Malaysia are failing at keeping their customers from switching service providers despite 98% of consumers using at least one digital channel to search for information via highly influential corporate sites. As a result, there is a potential US$53 billion of revenue at play in the market represented by the ‘switching economy’, according to new research released by Accenture.
KL-based IT automotive services firm takes on the big boys
Despite having been established only some six months ago, Malaysian automotive IT consultancy Goldbury Communications is confident that its niche expertise and quality services will help it grow beyond local shores. Edwin Yapp speaks to its founder to find out why he is so bullish.
Convergence opens doors for enterprise growth: Accenture study
Mobility is the most important digital technology priority for large enterprises, a new global study by Accenture has found.
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