Digital Transformation

Malaysia moves up in Huawei’s global connectivity index
Malaysia is ranked 25th in Huawei's Global Connectivity Index, an improvement compared with the 29th place it held the year before.
Driving innovation in today’s digital environment
It is even more crucial to experiment during a turbulent economic climate – to introduce new products, new services, and new processes, writes Tan Kwang Meng of K2.
Explaining the shortage of IT pros in Singapore
IT teams can ride through the digital revolution if they rethink traditional organisations and put customers first, invest in training and development, and embrace emerging technologies wholeheartedly, writes Jonas Lim of Salesforce.
Hyper Island appoints new MD for Singapore
Hyper Island said it has appointed Otto Ruijs as the new managing director for its operations in Singapore, succeeding Christina Andersson who will be relocating back to Sweden to take up a global role.
Digital transformation: Immovable object meets irresistible force
IT departments have to manage legacy systems, yet accommodate users – including the C-suite – who want more consumer-friendly technology.
EY opens four new regional centres in Singapore
EY has launched four Centres of Excellence (CoEs) to provide digital business transformation strategy, cybersecurity, analytics and manufacturing services to companies in the Asia Pacific region.
Digital Ethics 2: Teen today, digital humanist tomorrow
Subra Suppiah & Florin Rotar of Avanade on why companies today need to look into the role of ‘digital humanist,’ and what that role entails.
Digital transformation not about ROI: Cisco exec
Digital transformation may not always translate into a return on investment (ROI), but it is a key ingredient for companies simply to survive, said a top Cisco Systems Inc executive.
Digital transformation and the evolving role of the CIO
As more businesses are disrupted, CIOs are faced with new opportunities to grasp and new challenges to overcome, writes Gavin Selkirk of BMC.
Asia will lead in mobility spending: IDC
Enterprise and consumer spending on mobile devices and related software and services in Asia Pacific excluding Japan will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3% from US$514 billion in 2015 to US$578 billion by 2019, according to IDC’s new Worldwide Semiannual Mobility Spending Guide.
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