CA Technologies is urging CIOs in Malaysia to embrace disruptive technologies such as cloud, mobile, social, and big data, and put IT in the driver’s seat to create business innovation.
Look at risk management as a process-driven strategy, which first considers identifying the assets that are needing protection, followed by a three-stage, process-driven methodology, called Adaptive Risk Management (ARM), writes Drew Williams.
Despite a continuing drive to lower the cost of IT services, nearly 75% of government IT budgets globally were reported as flat or increasing in 2013, according to the Gartner Executive Programmes 2013 CIO Agenda survey.
IT vendors and customers alike keep singing the ‘partnership’ tune, but you’re not partners unless you have skin in the game, writes Bernard Sia.
Operational silos are often preventing organisations from realising the promise of improved business performance, according to the findings of a research study Oracle Corp released recently.
CSF Group Plc has changed its business model to better compete, while urging lower bandwidth costs, writes Karamjit Singh.
MDeC takes an interesting approach to help market its MSC Malaysia companies, while Cradle takes a back-to-basics approach to help strengthen its companies’ competitiveness, writes Karamjit Singh.
Only 18.8% of Malaysian IT management is implementing IT that is aligned to business needs, even though they have a reasonable level of understanding of their core business requirements, according to an IDC study.
Panasonic’s Satoshi Mizobata offers some practical tips for IT decision-makers to consider as they make the transition to mobility.
Malaysian companies are reluctant to share their experiences via case studies, which does the industry and the nation no good. Gabey Goh explores why.