IoT moving towards mainstream in 2016: Gartner
The IoT will move toward mainstream adoption in 2016 for many industries, according to the findings of a recent survey by Gartner Inc.
No monkeying around, enterprise digitalisation to pick up pace
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.
Global wearable devices sales to grow 18.4% in 2016: Gartner
Sales of wearable electronic devices will generate revenue of US$28.7 billion in 2016. Of that, US$11.5 billion will be from smartwatches.
Say hello to the 'chief productivity officer'
Jimmy Fitzgerald of ServiceNow talks about the five trends that will compel enterprises to look to a CPO in 2016.
The future of the IoT in Singapore
The IoT provides tremendous opportunities for businesses to bring innovative solutions to the market and transform their own operations, writes Cisco’s Ang Thiam Guan, who also gives his 10 predictions.
Robots and AI: Gartner’s top tech predictions for 2016, and beyond
The robot invasion is set to intensify next year, in both the enterprise and consumer space, according to Gartner Inc’s top predictions for IT organisations and users for 2016 and beyond.
Going to the office? BYO Apple Watch
The launch of the Apple Watch heralds the transformation of BYOD into BYOX. Aruba Networks’ James Chia looks at how businesses can accommodate #GenMobile’s adoption of wearables, while still staying in control.
Eight ways retailers can avoid digital theft
Digital technology is empowering retailers but has also brought with it the risk of digital theft. Retailers need to identify this risk early on and develop an approach to manage it better, writes Sandy Gopalan of Cognizant.
Dell unveils ‘Gateway’ to IoT development for businesses
Dell has announced the launch of its new Internet of Things (IoT) Gateway that it said would enable customers to kick off their IoT solution development projects.
Analyse this: Three ways to use data to drive productivity
Singapore has seen a dip in labour productivity. To turn this around, businesses should adopt less labour-intensive processes and explore more innovative solutions instead, notes Simon Davies of Salesforce.