Global spending on enterprise application software will grow 7.5% to reach US$149.9 billion in 2015, increasing to more than US$201 billion in 2019, according to the latest forecast from Gartner Inc.
At the recent Forrester CMO + CIO Conference 2015 in Singapore, SingPost's Timothy Lee laid down a few laws to guide other companies in their digital transformation journey, reports Benjamin Cher.
San Francisco-based integration software specialist MuleSoft announced it has appointed William Fu as regional vice president of Asia.
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.
Less than 6% of businesses in Malaysia are digital disruptors, organisations that have mastered the alignment of digital strategies with long-term business goals, according to a recent study by IDC.
HP has announced the availability of Windows 10 services designed to help enterprises control costs while expediting the move to the new Microsoft OS.
Envision a near future where functions become intelligent through technology, allowing humans and digital processes to put their heads together to create a more intuitive, more responsive enterprise, writes Robert H. Brown of Cognizant.
More than 15 months ago, Maxis began an exercise to become a truly mobile organisation, and learned some key lessons learned along the way, writes A. Asohan.
The hybrid cloud is the buzz these days, but its adoption calls for three quick steps that enterprises need to consider when making the move, writes Subra Suppiah of Avanade Malaysia.
According to a study conduct by Deloitte, millennials now make up 50% of the global workforce. Their expectations are vastly different from those of previous generations, and HR departments need to change.