The relationship between the chief financial officer (CFO) and the chief information officer (CIO) is becoming closer and more collaborative, with the CFO playing a greater role in four vital IT-related activities, according to an EY global survey.
Future industry leaders will be the ones who find ways to leverage external data in order to find better insights within their own information, writes Josh Good of Qlik.
Newcomer FazWaz believes it can differentiate itself from the other property portal plays in Thailand with its data-driven and consumer-first approach.
Stories about data and the power that comes from being able to visualise and discern insights were plentiful at the Tableau on Tour Conference, which took place in Singapore last month, writes Gabey Goh.
EMC Corp chairman and CEO Joe Tucci has outlined three key business imperatives that organisations must address in order to successfully transition into the new digital age, Gabey Goh reports from EMC World in Las Vegas.
Nearly all (or 96%) of business leaders in a new global study believe that new technologies have forever changed the rules of business, democratising information and rewiring customer expectations, but most also admitted their organisations do not embody the attributes necessary to survive in this climate.
If you’re a manager or business leader relying on the prowess of single accidental analyst, or if you’re an accidental analyst whose actual job has become what you do in your free time, now is the time to reshape the way your organisation thinks about analytics, writes Ng Tian Beng of Dell.
Singapore has seen a dip in labour productivity. To turn this around, businesses should adopt less labour-intensive processes and explore more innovative solutions instead, notes Simon Davies of Salesforce.
IT managers need to consider the sources of data, the frequency of reporting, and how that data will be used, so that they can design policies to identify what to keep, where to keep it, and for how long, writes Mark Bentkower of CommVault Systems.
To enable a better-connected world, three things must happen: The business community must embrace digital reformation; governments and regulators must set clear connectivity targets and lower the financial and regulatory barriers to ICT access; and ICT leaders must work to make the online experience more compelling to those who presently lack connection.