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%.
Two out of every five decision-makers in Asia’s financial institutions are expecting growth in IT budgets to exceed 10% in 2015 as the industry collectively renews its resolution to further digitise its practices, according to IDC Financial Insights.
IDC Government Insights predicts that several regional authorities will develop new sourcing models for transformational ICT such as ‘third platform technologies’ (cloud, big data, mobility and social business); smart city programmes; and for connected smart machines and intelligent sensors leading to the eventual construct of Internet of Things (IoT) landscapes.
Temasek Polytechnic (TP), Pivotal Software and EMC have announced a strategic partnership to launch the TP-Pivotal Data Science Academy.
IDC's 2014 IT Services Survey results reveal that the top five focus areas for IT services spending in the coming 12 months are IT infrastructure resources consolidation; security enhancement; IT-enabled business innovation; social applications; and big data and analytics.
With a new "laser-focus" on the Asia Pacific region, BMC Software seeks to beef up its management bench and sports a refreshed solutions portfolio to ensure customers get the tools they need to adapt.
IDC envisions 2015 will be a year of accelerating innovation on the Third Platform.
Emerson Network Power and Schneider Electric hold prominent positions within the ‘Leaders’ category for 2014, according to IDC’s new vendor assessment and market analysis profiling the leading providers in Asia Pacific excluding Japan’s (APeJ) Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) market.
Believes its solutions and infra can help companies move to the ‘third platform’ Eyeing sectors like telco, FSI, media, government and healthcare for growth
Singapore's IT personnel are not receiving the right training to best advise their businesses regarding emerging technologies, IT management software provider SolarWinds said, citing the results of a study it conducted.