A 34-year-old homegrown IT shop reinvents itself to meet the digital revolution. Edwin Yapp reports.
When companies set on a path for ‘agile’ IT and give up the safety and accuracy of traditional IT, this destabilises company transformation progress – the goal is to have a balance of both strategies in an organisation, writes Gavin Selkirk of BMC Software.
Having seemingly secure code and the right security measures is not enough for a strong security stance if proper training is not implemented, writes David Sajoto of Ixia.
Companies can only be as agile as the least agile component, and today that is the network, particularly the wide-area network, writes Doug Farndale of Silver Peak.
Traditional businesses are struggling to find a role in this new digital economy – some are, in fact, becoming software companies, but they are in danger of taking away the wrong lessons.
Technology is only an enabler of digital transformation, it is business that needs to drive strategy for organisations, writes Subramanian Iyer of Oracle.
With even more businesses embarking on, and continuing, their digital transformation, a number of ICT trends will shape how companies evolve in the digital age, writes Wong Heng Chew of Fujitsu Singapore.
58% of senior IT and business executives in a Harvard Business Review Analytic Services study expect significant changes to their business model over the next three years.
The role of the CIO has been changing over the years, but 2016 is the year that they should accept these changes seriously or face the 'dire consequences,' according to two industry experts.
Consolidation across data silos is now mainstream and a key business priority for enterprises as they move ahead in 2016, according to a Pivotal survey of its customers and partners across five countries in Asia Pacific.