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.
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Robots and machines have been taking away jobs for a long time, and the only way to counter that is via digital literacy, argues Terry Smagh of Qlik.
A modern data culture takes into consideration today’s business concerns, its landscape and trends, writes Dr Dzaharudin Mansor of Microsoft Malaysia.
Dell Software’s Mary Woo identifies three key trends that every business leader should keep a look out for in 2016 and make the necessary preparations to advance their businesses.
Companies can go beyond the perceived limitations of ERP in the same way Tesla has for speed, economics and disruption in the car industry, writes Jack van der Velde of Unit4.
Data is not just sweeping across businesses and governments, but we are living digitised lives, and data is part and parcel of how we work, live and play, writes JY Pook of Tableau.
With even more businesses embarking on, and continuing, their digital transformation, a number of ICT trends will shape how companies evolve in the digital age, writes Wong Heng Chew of Fujitsu Singapore.
Organisations that can analyse all relevant data and deliver actionable information can expect to achieve an extra US$65 billion in productivity benefits over their less analytically-oriented peers by 2020.