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Repurposing product offerings for business continuity and DX vital for APAC tech vendors
Asia Pacific technology vendors must repurpose their product offerings for business continuity and digital transformation if they want a fast recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.
ICT spending in UAE to reach US$23bn by 2024
The UAE continues to be among the most attractive ICT markets in the Middle East.
Aussie company launches new workforce optimisation software
Smart WFM, the Australian HR workforce management consultancy, has launched Apitome software suite to help businesses optimise their workforces.
‘Rotation Champions’ heralding the way for the future of business in China
“Chinese companies have demonstrated great determination to digitise their organisations against the current complex business environment. But to stay ahead of the competition, business leaders need to achieve disruptive growth and reinvent businesses and ecosystems.”
Nintex announces new electronic forms capabilities
The new designer makes it easier to create digital forms to power automated workflows leveraging Nintex for Office 365 and Nintex Workflow Cloud.
Fintech the new normal, survey finds
"The fact 55% of people use fintech on a regular basis highlights the staggering rate of the digitalisation of our everyday lives,"
How VMware aims to help drive Asia towards a digital future
“There is no question that businesses need to transform themselves to stay relevant in Asia’s new economic paradigm."
Mobility and digitalization fuelling Next Generation data storage
Global Next Generation Data Storage Market size is expected to reach $106.3 billion by 2024, according to a new report by KBV Research.
How digitisation delivers speed to Porsche service documents
With its Service Department drowning in paperwork, Giltrap Porsche looked to Fuji Xerox New Zealand and its DocuShare Flex cloud document management solution for digital answers.
Risk readiness at an all-time low as Australian businesses face increasing market volatility
“Australian businesses are finding themselves operating in a very difficult environment."
Why industrial companies are accelerating their deployment of AR
“Organisations in industrial settings realise the urgency in improving productivity and streamlining operations to remain competitive and relevant."
How organisations aim to bring human identity back to employees
“Technology is providing opportunities in all facets of the organisation, but it risks workers losing their identity."
VMware to help drive the digitisation of the Australian Government
Cenitex is adopting VMware's cloud technology to improve the resilience, reliability and security of its core infrastructure.
Inland Revenue to shut down services later this week
“There’s never an ideal time to shut down the tax system but we’re confident the changes will make any inconvenience worthwhile.”
Zoho Corporation launches in Australia
Zoho is already used by customers in Australia to help digitise and expand small, medium and multinational enterprises.
The three principles of effective data management
"Data has become big business, creating massive revenue streams for those who can understand it."
Why A/NZ executives struggle to meet changing customer demands
"The next digital era has arrived and it’s reshaping the way we live, work and conduct business."
How businesses can enhance customer service using new technology
"As the world has become more hyper-personalised, thanks to digitalisation, it is clear that businesses should be honing into the deeper aspects of successful consumer services."
Two reasons to digitalise travel and expense data
SAP Concur outlines how taking this data into the cloud can be beneficial to any organisation.
How to get more value from legacy IT in a digitally driven world
To derive maximum value from legacy IT, organisations can take a number of steps to harden legacy systems.
Rittal launches new online portal to help companies modernise data centres
“As the IDC research highlighted, around 75 percent of decision-making is now based on information gathered online."
Kiwi businesses must 'substantially change' if they want to survive, says expert
Kiwi businesses need to substantially change how they operate with the rapid arrival of the digital age.
Data: A new frontier in the construction industry
Construction companies sitting on the sidelines need to take steps now to join the digital future – or risk being left behind.
Schneider looks to accelerate digital economy with Hong Kong summit
Schneider Electric's Innovation Summit has just closed in Hong Kong, with a number of world premieres and exclusives to power digital transformation.