E-commerce platform commits to long-term sustainable e-commerce ecosystem across SEA.
Highlights its continued support of SMEs and brands in the country.
Ninety-two percent of global consumers want to control what personal information is automatically collected.
The Economist Intelligence Unit releases a global research project commissioned by Telstra showing which countries in Asia have the necessary building blocks in place to ensure business success in a connected world.
A report recently published by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) underscores the importance of fostering trust in the cloud to reap its full business benefits.
Sub-par hardware, manpower shortages and poor data-sharing are hampering the uptake of cutting-edge technology by the governments of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand, according to a report recently released by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
Partnerships will become the norm for enterprises, and even startups, as they grapple with today’s digital economy, writes Benjamin Cher.
Greater access to data, frequent use of analytic tools, and the adoption of data at higher levels of the organisation lead to better sales performance, according to a global study by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and sponsored by visual analytics company Qlik.
Faced by the rising tide of maturing, digitally-savvy customers, the future for banks is clearly digital, and evidence from Asia suggests that banks in that region will be at the forefront of this trend, writes Martin Frick of Temenos.
In view of recent high-profile security breaches and compliance failures, organisations need to find a way to plug the gap between security and operations (SecOps). Gavin Selkirk of BMC Asia Pacific looks at how organisations can modernise their approach to compliance and close the SecOps gap with a strategy designed for today’s complex, dynamic IT environments.