Data Culture

Nearly half of Asian businesses have no digital strategy
Despite all those catchy slogans and taglines – such as ‘data is the lifeblood of the business’ or ‘data is the new electricity of the business’ – 43% of Asian companies do not have a digital strategy.
Even cows are going digital!
Microsoft Malaysia’s Dr Dzaharudin Mansor looks at what it means to adopt a data culture mindset – what it entails, and the sort of outcomes that stem from having this mindset.
Birthing a modern data culture
A modern data culture takes into consideration today’s business concerns, its landscape and trends, writes Dr Dzaharudin Mansor of Microsoft Malaysia.
Singaporeans most emotionally dependant on the Internet: Study
AS many as 78% of Singaporeans feel a negative emotion when they are without Internet access, according to the Tata Communications’ Connected World II report. However, despite Singapore’s dependence on all things digital, nearly one-quarter of those surveyed do not understand where the Internet resides.
What’s your data story?
Data platforms that allow companies of any size to create a ‘data culture’ and ensure insights reach every individual in the organisation, will harness greater business value from their company data, writes Microsoft Malaysia’s Felix Foong.
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