Enterprise software firm Software AG is moving some of its R&D workload to Malaysia, from its home base of Germany, as well as India, Israel and the United States.
For over a decade companies have been urged to ‘digitalise’ or risk getting left behind, but Liri Andersson & Ludo Van der Heyden argue that the precept is at best confusing and at worst unclear for those eager to act.
According to a BT study, 72% of senior IT decision makers say that the CIO has become more central in the boardroom over the last two years.
Trends like big data, the IoT, cloud, social media and mobile web services are drastically transforming the business landscape and reshaping boundaries – Cloudera’s Daniel Ng on what you need to do.
With the amount of data the world is generating every day, companies need to inculcate the data-driven culture or perish, industry experts and players argued.
In an era when the talent has already gone digital, Digital HR is now a survival and transformative imperative for organisations, writes Yazad Dalal of Oracle.
Traditional industries that have been dismissed as being resistant to change are already being transformed by the Internet of Things (IoT), and here are some examples, from retail and logistics to healthcare.
Malaysia is ranked 25th in Huawei's Global Connectivity Index, an improvement compared with the 29th place it held the year before.
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.
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.