The savvy Asian consumer knows that the best e-commerce platforms are friction-free and easy to use, and cloud computing providers are taking note, writes Conor Carroll of Tata Communications.
Technology can help CIOs break silos and lead the cultural shifts within their organisations, says BMC’s regional VP.
Marketing has fully embraced digital, but that’s not the only surprising trend in the region, writes Benjamin Cher.
Organisations need strong digital leadership to helm the growth agenda, and one way to go about doing this is to inject ‘digital thinking’ into the core, writes Manish Bahl of Cognizant.
Businesses in APAC will experience major digital transformation next year as they strive to improve a host of key tech and non-tech functions, according to HDS.
In today’s digital world, whether data resides on premises, in the cloud, or on mobile devices, no organisation should rest easy, writes Mark Bentkower of Commvault.
In order to predict what trends may emerge in 2016, it is first critical to examine what happened in 2015 to see where the road ahead may lie, writes Bjorn Engelhardt of Riverbed.
CFOs need to get more digital, while CIOs need to get more in tune with the business. Welcome to today's world of business.
Global CIOs cite innovation and growth as top business priorities, yet 84% of IT budgets are spent on running day-to-day operations and incremental change, according to Deloitte’s 2015 Global CIO Survey: Creating Legacy report.
The ‘uberisation’ trend, or industry disruption caused by an unlikely competitor, has become a dominant concern of the C-suite, a new IBM study found.