THE next time you want to buy some designer shoes, or get yourself a new pair of contact lenses, or book a Grab cab to the shopping mall, you might just end up conversing with a chatbot, instead of a...

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"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times . . ."...

THE digitalisation of the workplace and proliferation of mobile device and cloud applications have given professionals the ability to work from anywhere at any time. In addition, these same...

BUSINESS leaders in Asia Pacific are showing an urgency in embracing the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with 80 per cent of them believing that they need to transform into a digital business to enable...

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THESE days, it is rare to end each week without at least one conversation with business leaders on the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and their urgent need to digitally transform.

FOR the past several years, having a cloud computing strategy has become a de rigueur for most companies, ranging from large enterprises with global presence to tiny startups struggling to establish...

IN TODAY'S corporate world, standalone IT solutions won't be able to cover all business needs. Efficiency and flexibility are no longer just buzzwords - they affect how a company performs...

WE have recently witnessed one of the largest ransomware attacks in history. Known as WannaCrypt (also known as WannaCry), this ransomware targeted Windows XP systems and impacted organisations...

THE way people work has changed dramatically, creating huge pressure on traditional working structures and practices. Nowhere is this more acute than in IT departments.

THE three Bitcoin wallets linked to the WannaCry malware, which hit hundreds of thousands of networks using Microsoft Corp's operating system in 150 countries, were emptied out last week,...