Dr Parmjit Singh shares his journey from IT era to Generation Z as an education entrepreneur and why his US$125m campus is different.
A Microsoft study finds that 70% consider themselves mobile workers today yet only 41% feel empowered by their organisation to embrace the demands of the digital workplace.
Today’s digital natives may be empowered by technology, but they are disempowered in several ways too, writes Winnie Lee.
Marketing has fully embraced digital, but that’s not the only surprising trend in the region, writes Benjamin Cher.
The final article of a three-part series on Singaporean SMEs and digital transformation looks at how successful government programmes have been.
Tech-savvy millennials lose out to baby boomers in security behaviour and may pose the biggest security risk to themselves, according to a Norton study.
The arrival of Generation Z and their demands in the workplace may be the kickstart organisations need to revitalise their digital makeup, writes Mao Gen Foo of OpenText.
Most companies in Malaysia want to evolve and move their information technology (IT) towards becoming ‘frictionless,’ but do not know how to go about doing it, said a senior Red Hat Inc executive.
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.
DNA launches a new channel dedicated to covering the Personal Tech space. Founder and CEO Karamjit Singh explains why, and what the new channel will set out to do.