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2016: What’s next for business intelligence?
2016 paints a new picture and here are the top six trends for the BI industry in the coming year, according to James Richardson of Qlik.
Halcyon days for Hadoop just around the corner
Realising the business opportunities from using Hadoop is not as simple as just plugging datasets and crunching numbers, writes Benjamin Cher.
Disruption imminent: Making the connection, Part 2
Companies need to make data a part of their long-term strategy now to avoid pitfalls and disruptions in the future.
Analytics and the real world: Making the connection, Part 1
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.
Emerging technologies and the next manufacturing boom in Asean
The manufacturing sector is inextricably tied to technology, and careful attention should be paid to the four biggest technological trends of the moment, writes Jessie Quek of Lenovo Singapore.
Cisco and IIPL launch startup innovation programme
IIPL and Cisco have agrred to identify and nurture Singapore-focused startups to participate in the Cisco-Technopreneur Action Group, Platform Accelerated Startups (Tag.Pass) Smart Innovation Programme.
Singapore’s Hive to bring data science goodness to the people
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.
Digitalisation to drive Asia’s higher education IT spending to US$10.4bil
IT spending in the higher education sector in the Asia Pacific region excluding Japan (APeJ) will increase from US$8.7 billion in 2015 to US$10.4 billion in 2019, a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.2%, according to IDC.
What’s Next: In insurance industry, digital will win the war
A key differentiator for insurance companies over the next few years will be about how well they execute their digital strategies, one expert told the What's Next conference, while another proposed that digital technology will allow the industry to be about life, and not death.
What’s Next: Pick yourself up, learn, sharpen skills
The entrepreneur panel session at What’s Next saw three technology founders share some key advice. Karamjit Singh has the highlights. 
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