SAP was itself a disruptor in its early days, helping enterprises digitise themselves – then the tables were turned and the company had to adapt to a new digital reality, writes Benjamin Cher.
Digital disruption not only impacts key economic sectors and many facets of our lives, but also creates challenges for established business models, writes Albert Chai of Cisco Malaysia.
The arrival of Generation Z and their demands in the workplace may be the kickstart organisations need to revitalise their digital makeup, writes Mao Gen Foo of OpenText.
Ricoh Malaysia has unveiled its Huddle Room concept, which integrates its latest range of high-end visual communications products to allow ‘anytime, anywhere’ work.
Big data, security, mobility, private cloud adoption and IT modernisation the top IT trends to look out for in 2015, writes Ng Tian Beng of Dell.
Zebra Technologies’ Ryan Goh looks at the top three technology trends that we can expect to see developing over the next year to drive enterprise asset intelligence and innovation, and influence decision-making around IT investments.