Businesses need to be agile yet secure to adapt to Industry 4.0.
Asian consumers today are 1.6 to five times more likely to transact with their banks via online channels as compared to physical branches.
In this atmosphere of disruption, it’s more important than ever for the CIO to have a role not just in planning for IT, but in planning corporate business strategy.
Important that stakeholders, both from public and private sectors, come together to share best practices.
A key pillar of DHL's global IT capabilities, DHL IT Services Data Centre Cyberjaya, announces a further US$310 million investment into Malaysia over next three years.
Meets growing demand in the region and enables enterprises to run workloads in Malaysia.
Around 54% of business applications in the region run on public or private cloud, and this figure is slated to rise in the coming years.
Tech giant claims it will extend the benefits and features of its public cloud offering, Microsoft Azure, to on-premises environments.
Businesses in Asia Pacific are rapidly embracing cloud infrastructure (IaaS), with nearly half agreeing that IaaS will have a role to play in their business within three years.
IT leaders in Asia Pacific are making firm steps towards transforming their approaches to complement their organization’s digital transformation requirements despite having to also manage legacy IT infrastructure.