Emerging economies, especially within South-East Asia, are stepping up to the plate when it comes to cybersecurity.
Being secure is more than just investing in the latest and shiniest products, according to RSA chief strategy officer Niloofar Razi Howe.
Many companies have embarked on energy-saving measures, but they can save significantly more on their bills by using advanced analytics and automation technologies, according to Schneider Electric.
Companies can go beyond the perceived limitations of ERP in the same way Tesla has for speed, economics and disruption in the car industry, writes Jack van der Velde of Unit4.
Analytics creates new opportunities and new ways to look at the world, and really meaningful outcomes, says SAS Institute Australia’s chief analytics officer Evan Stubbs.
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) has launched IDA Hive, the new home for the Government’s Digital Services team, and will house almost 100 data scientists, coders, engineers, designers, and other experts.
Trii.be cofounder Chua Chun Kiat talks to DNA’s Benjamin Cher about his beginnings, Trii.be’s scorecard, and its future plans.
BT Global Services’ Vijay Venugopalan shares how digital must be deployed to better engage today’s ‘autonomous customer.’
Garuda Robotics, which describes itself as a platform-agnostic drone company, is aiming to provide companies with commercial solutions, and intends to build a platform to analyse and derive insights from drone feeds.
Combining skincare and wearable tech, South Korea’s WayWearable is chasing a US$490bil market but is all too cognisant of the unique set of challenges a hardware startup faces, reports Gabey Goh.