KPMG in Singapore has announced the introduction of its Digital Ledger Services.
Investment, technology and startup trends are all interconnected
The emergence of fintech startups and new disruptive technologies are changing how banking is being done and the way financial services are being delivered.
The financial world continues to be excited by blockchain technology, but this excitement should be tempered by an actual understanding of its potential, says a Software AG exec.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch, HSBC and the IDA said they have jointly developed a prototype solution built on blockchain technology that could change the way businesses around the world trade with each other.
Acronis has announced new solutions that it said give businesses and IT managers more control over company data and workloads, including where they can be backed up, stored, monitored, and recovered.
Blockchain tech may have become a hit with the fintech community, but its usefulness extends into other industries where record-keeping and transparency are essential, says an IBM exec.
IBM plans to establish an IBM Centre for Blockchain Innovation in Singapore, where its researchers will work with government, industry and academia to develop applications and solutions which are based on enterprise blockchain, cybersecurity, and cognitive computing technologies.
IBM is bringing its cognitive computing, blockchain and design technologies closer to the Asia Pacific region with the launch of the world’s first Watson Centre.
At its core, blockchain is a distributed, shared ledger with strong cryptographic controls, writes IBM Malaysia’s Lee Yu Kit – who expounds on what this all means.