Microsoft study analyses how Malaysia is embracing AI and its impact on the country’s businesses and economy.
The IDC Worldwide Semiannual Mobility Spending Guide reports that APeJ spending on mobility will continue growing for years.
IDC study commissioned by Microsoft predicts that approximately 45% of Malaysia’s GDP will be derived from digital products or services by 2021.
Intensified competition in the region shows cities are constantly contending for limited resources.
It’s only normal for business leaders to be concerned about the ROI on any money they spend, but that’s missing the point when it comes to cybersecurity, says an IDC analyst.
70% of enterprises in South-East Asian countries will commit to a hybrid cloud strategy, according to IDC.
Enterprise and consumer spending on mobile devices and related software and services in Asia Pacific excluding Japan will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3% from US$514 billion in 2015 to US$578 billion by 2019, according to IDC’s new Worldwide Semiannual Mobility Spending Guide.
Spending on public cloud services in the Asia Pacific region excluding Japan (APeJ) will grow at a 22.9% CAGR from nearly US$7 billion in 2015 to US$15 billion in 2019, according to IDC.
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.
The final article of a three-part series on Singaporean SMEs and digital transformation looks at how successful government programmes have been.