A recent study by LinkedIn clearly shows that the most in-demand skills revolve around an increasingly digital future.
IT leaders in Asia Pacific are making firm steps towards transforming their approaches to complement their organization’s digital transformation requirements despite having to also manage legacy IT infrastructure.
Traditional PC shipments in Asia/Pacific (including Japan) totalled 101.8 million units in 2016, accounting for a 5.5% y-o-y decrease – a softer contraction from the 7.7% y-o-y drop in 2015.
Enterprises should take advantage of the slowdown to transform their businesses in 2017 to become more digital in nature.
Masyitha Baziad goes through all the stories she wrote about the digital economy and technology startups in Indonesia and tells us about her five personal favourites.
TmaxSoft, a multinational technology innovator focused on infrastructure software, announces some of its business milestones achieved in Asean in 2016
According to IDC 2016 IT Services End-User Survey, only 34% of Malaysian enterprises are undertaking a Digital Transformation related project.
IDC survey highlights that the worldwide market is pivoting away from proof of concept projects to scalable IoT deployments
IDC Indonesia pours some much needed cold water on the sizzling e-commerce market of Indonesia while Patrick Grove shares what he feels entrepreneurs need in order to succeed.
A global study commissioned by Tata Communications reveals that the solutions that network service providers offer don’t always meet the expectations of enterprises, who rank security (52%), cloud (43%) and mobility (32%) as their top technology priorities.