Mark Micallef of Citrix Asean discusses the evolution of work in Asia over recent years, and how work will work in 2030.
The BYOD and digital workspace trends present a challenge to IT departments. Edwin Yapp looks into the issue.
Fear of obsolescence, along with competitive compensation and benefits, are the key concerns for employees in Asia Pacific, according to a new report by SAP, produced in conjunction with independent research group Oxford Economics.
Citrix Asean’s Mark Micallef highlights the megatrends that are shaping the future of work, and how organisations can ride on the ‘Personal Digital Advantage’ and reap its benefits.
An in-depth look into mobile business intelligence shows that companies that leverage on these tools are able to communicate value better, operate more efficiently and collaborate easier, writes JY Pook of Tableau Software.
Mark Micallef, area vice president of Citrix Asean, shares the key considerations for organisations to shift towards ITaaS and the benefits of doing so.
With mobility on the hot seat, Mark Micallef, area vice president of Citrix Asean, shares three key steps Asean organisations can take to tap the opportunities the mobile revolution will bring in 2014.
Panasonic’s Satoshi Mizobata offers some insights on the decision-making process, and highlights the essentials to be considered, when deciding upon a mobile hardware solution.
The old computing paradigm -- where employees are based in a fixed premise, are issued devices connected over a wired network and utilize premise-based applications built over monolithic architectures -- is passing away.