Less than 6% of businesses in Malaysia are digital disruptors, organisations that have mastered the alignment of digital strategies with long-term business goals, according to a recent study by IDC.
Globally, the software testing services market was valued at US$41.84 billion in 2013 and is expected to reach US$70.98 billion by 2018, a compound annual growth rate of 11.15%.
Driven by an explosion of smartphones and tablets, the landscape for printing, scanning, and document management is in the midst of profound and significant change, according to new research by IDC.
Fujitsu Ltd has introduced its Storage Eternus DX8700 S3 and DX8900 S3 systems, which it claimed would enable enterprises to push beyond the boundaries of unpredictable data growth into the double-digit petabyte range.
Total smartphone shipments in South-East Asia reached approximately 24 million units in the first quarter of 2015, posting a year-over-year growth of 65.6%, IDC said.
Senior IT executives must ensure that they are able to offer IT-enabled products and services to address gaps in customer experience so that their companies can survive in today’s ever-changing business environment, according to IDC.
Retailers may not always know what their customers’ needs and sentiments are, but what they have is data – lots of it. They can tread water in the data deluge, or dive in to create data dividends, writes Dr Dzaharudin Mansor of Microsoft Malaysia.
Whether it is in the shift to larger screens for smartphone and phablets and the fast-disappearing mid-tier price segment, to the erosion of Samsung’s market share, Karamjit Singh sees the fingerprint of Chinese smartphone vendors.
Microsoft Malaysia has signed nationwide distribution agreements with ECS Astar Sdn Bhd and Ingram Micro Malaysia Sdn Bhd for the Surface Pro 3.
Manufacturers in Asia must look beyond just new ways to automate and create efficiency, and focus on new opportunities for innovation in their operations and business models – and at the centre of their quest for reimagining their organisations is data, writes Dr Dzaharudin Mansor of Microsoft Malaysia.