Cybercriminals have shifted their focus from traditional financial markets to targeting the retail sector, according to the annual NTT 2016 Global Threat Intelligence Report.
Traditional industries that have been dismissed as being resistant to change are already being transformed by the Internet of Things (IoT), and here are some examples, from retail and logistics to healthcare.
Singapore-based GrabJobs connects part-timers to retail, hospitality, F&B and events companies which need reliable staff … urgently!
Cognizant said it worked with NTUC FairPrice, a supermarket retailer in Singapore, to digitally transform the latter’s business, and provide customers with a seamless multi-channel shopping experience.
Digital retail solutions provider Ebizu Sdn Bhd said it has been awarded CIP 500 funding by Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd, the Malaysian Ministry of Finance non-profit that provides early-stage funding.
Philips Malaysia’s Blip.my online store has recorded 15,000 unique visitors, together with 300 account registrations and sales valued at RM30,000 (US$8,960) since its soft launch in August.
1337 Tech Sdn Bhd said it has deployed Malaysia’s first iBeacon-enabled mall experience at Shaftsbury Square, Cyberjaya.
From a ‘high-touch’ business, Amway Malaysia has added as much technology as it can into its operations to turn it into a high-tech business as well. Today, 45% of its US$256 million worth of business comes from online.
Out to help retail players take baby steps towards using digital to reach consumers Micro-location technology used for proximity marketing, analytics, insights and more
Payment services provider 2C2P said it has implemented a suite of e-payment solutions for The Central Group of Companies (Central Group) in Thailand.