The latest WE Cities index by Dell Technologies shows that Asia is improving support for women entrepreneurs, but at a much slower pace than the rest of the world.
The APJ region is projected to ‘become the frontline for the Internet of Things’ However adoption is slowed due to fragmentation of standards
Believes it can drive the future of IoT with its new business unit.
Eighty-three percent of Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) businesses believe digital startups will pose a threat to their organisation, either now or in the future, according to new research from Dell Technologies announced.
Dell said it has recorded “significant growth” in its channel partner business in the past year, and to maintain the momentum, has appointed a new channel leadership team in Asia Pacific and announced new programmes to accelerate this growth into 2015.
All eyes are on Dell as it seeks to go private -- its Asia Pacific and Japan president tells DNA that the company is all fired up its transformation, which would in turn help its customers better respond to a rapidly changing marketplace.
Dell reported first quarter fiscal performance came in below expectations, but the world’s No 3 PC maker is still focused on transforming itself into an end-to-end solutions company, believing it is well positioned to take advantage of emerging trends such as the Bring Your Own Device drive.