Technology is only an enabler of digital transformation, it is business that needs to drive strategy for organisations, writes Subramanian Iyer of Oracle.
The manufacturing sector is inextricably tied to technology, and careful attention should be paid to the four biggest technological trends of the moment, writes Jessie Quek of Lenovo Singapore.
The business media in Malaysia is beginning to focus more attention on the ‘digital disruption’ and how traditional companies respond – and DNA is in the thick of this widening coverage, writes Karamjit Singh.
The hiring outlook for the IT sector will be buoyant in South-East Asia over the next 12 months, according to the recent Michael Page Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia 2015/ 16 CIO Viewpoint report.
Envision a near future where functions become intelligent through technology, allowing humans and digital processes to put their heads together to create a more intuitive, more responsive enterprise, writes Robert H. Brown of Cognizant.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s Matthieu Destot looks at the three business transformation trends to look out for this year.
By 2018, enterprise IT spending in South-East Asia will total US$62 billion, according to Gartner Inc. Together, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand will spend US$52 billion on IT in 2015, with annual growth of 6%.
A new era of travel is upon us and we can expect more automation and intelligence in our trip planning, powered by digital technologies such as SMAC and Code Halos, writes Cognizant vice president Debasis Basu.
Digital tools and techniques are advancing the way companies interact with customers and the ‘code that knows’ is the catalytic converter for this necessary business transformation, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant.