The speed with which the digital revolution is transforming businesses and industries is making it a challenge for companies to understand and grasp the implications. But there are strategies to adopt in integrating data analytics into the organization
The vast majority of CFOs (82%) see the value of integrating enterprise-wide data, but only 24% think their team is up to the task, according to a recently released IBM study, Pushing the frontiers: CFO insi
The BlackBerry service outage in Europe, Middle East and parts of South America last week has mercifully ended, but questions are being raised in some Asian boardrooms about continuing with the service. Claudio Castelli, Ovum senior analyst, AP, Enterprise, urges caution. The Blackberry outage will not challenge the whole cloud computing model, he says.
Majority of organizations around the world are looking to implement a “Bring Your Own (BYO)” device policy, which allows employees to use their own devices for work in response to the rising wave of IT consumerization, a survey from Citrix reveals.
October 5, 2011 marked the passing of Apple chairman and former CEO Steve Jobs. Apple employees found this out from an email sent to them by Apple CEO Tim Cook on the same day. In the email, Cook said Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being.
At least half of all Singaporeans surveyed by financial management solutions provider Intuit Inc. said they have heard of cloud computing, but only a few of them realise its full potential and capabilities.
The playing field for global delivery is seeing increased competition coming from the tiger (India) and dragon (China) cities as both countries are keen to create a long-term sustainable competitive advantage. However, IDC predicts that by 2014, Chinese cities will emerge as the most ideal global delivery locations.