Traditional businesses are struggling to find a role in this new digital economy – some are, in fact, becoming software companies, but they are in danger of taking away the wrong lessons.
69% of organisations in Asia Pacific have implemented DevOps, software delivery practices that stress better communication and collaboration between development and operations teams.
The role of the CIO has been changing over the years, but 2016 is the year that they should accept these changes seriously or face the 'dire consequences,' according to two industry experts.
The traditional banking culture must now become responsive and adaptable in order to compete against startups and non‐regulated companies encroaching onto the same financial services space, writes Choong Sin Fatt of Rally Software.
The phrase ‘digital transformation’ is being bandied about as the framework for a future of improved productivity and lower cost, and a recent CA Technologies study puts the business effects into perspective: Digital disrupters have seen up to two times more revenue and profit than mainstream companies.
A survey by BMC of more than 100 IT managers at Fortune 1000 companies found that while 63% of respondents are currently working to incorporate more digital services and mobile technologies into their organisations, only 5% have fully achieved this goal.
Low or no-code development equips non-developers to take up software creation, freeing up the already overburdened IT resources and allowing organisations to keep pace with the rapidly growing demand for these applications, writes Stephen McNulty of Progress Software.
Asian businesses are looking to Agile Ops to boost the speed, scale and quality of their app development, but are facing a DevOps challenge, said a senior CA Tech executive.
While Code Halo thinking was originally established from online retailing and media/ entertainment, it is also increasingly becoming applicable to internal enterprise operations, such as software development, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant.
CA Technologies has announced the appointment of Nick Lim as vice president to lead its operations for the Asia South region, effective immediately.