Digital transformation is not just about going mobile or boosting your consumer-facing apps, it’s about integrating the front- and back-end, says an Oracle exec.
Technology is only an enabler of digital transformation, it is business that needs to drive strategy for organisations, writes Subramanian Iyer of Oracle.
With even more businesses embarking on, and continuing, their digital transformation, a number of ICT trends will shape how companies evolve in the digital age, writes Wong Heng Chew of Fujitsu Singapore.
Leading companies that develop a people-first approach will win in today’s digital economy, according to the latest global technology trends report from Accenture.
The Asean region continues to be a fertile ground for cloud computing, and is poised to unleash innovative, disruptive technologies, according to AWS CTO Dr Werner Vogels.
58% of senior IT and business executives in a Harvard Business Review Analytic Services study expect significant changes to their business model over the next three years.
Digital disruption not only impacts key economic sectors and many facets of our lives, but also creates challenges for established business models, writes Albert Chai of Cisco Malaysia.
Organisations that can analyse all relevant data and deliver actionable information can expect to achieve an extra US$65 billion in productivity benefits over their less analytically-oriented peers by 2020.
If there is a good time for Malaysian companies to start embarking on a digital transformation agenda, it would be this year as economic growth is expected to slow down, a Gartner research director argued.
Garuda Indonesia aims to be a full digital airline by 2020. Karamjit Singh talks about the possible ripple effect this can have on other state-owned enterprises and even SMEs. Meanwhile, GrabTaxi’s new R&D centre in Seattle has him pondering as well.