IBM has announced the 12 winners of the first IBM Watson Asia Pacific New Venture Challenge, a pitch competition targeting startups and tech companies to build new cognitive-enabled applications that can solve a variety of local industry needs.
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.
Partnerships will become the norm for enterprises, and even startups, as they grapple with today’s digital economy, writes Benjamin Cher.
IBM Corp and the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) have jointly announced the establishment of the IBM Smarter Commerce Centre of Competency (SCCOC), which aims to develop new products and solutions for running online shopping and customer engagement sites.
IBM and Temasek Polytechnic have announced the opening of the TP-IBM Security Operations Centre (SOC) as part of the launch of Temasek Polytechnic’s IT & Security and Forensics course.
IBM has unveiled a new platform for developers to collaborate with IBM on a newly released set of open source technologies.
German unified business intelligence (BI) solutions provider Jedox AG has established its first physical presence in Asia with the launch of its Singapore office, and couldn’t resist a jab or two at its rivals.
IBM Corp has announced what it said was a major commitment to Apache Spark, describing it as the most important new open source project in a decade.
IBM Corp said its IBM Innovation Centre in Malaysia is now equipped with IBM PureApplication System solutions for clients to test, develop and deploy applications.
IBM Corp said it is bringing its IBM QRadar security intelligence technology to the cloud, which it said would give companies the ability quickly prioritise real threats and free up critical resources to fight cyberattacks.