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Digitalisation
Online fraud leaves APAC consumers wary of digitalization
The study found that on average, trust in digital services is relatively low across the region...
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Blockchain
Fujitsu launches blockchain money transfer service with major Japanese banks
The trial will begin in January 2018 and last for about three months...
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Digital Transformation
Gartner survey shows CIO role to be fundamentally changing
The global research gathered data from a record number of 3,160 CIO respondents in 98 countries and all major industries.
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Digital Transformation
How to take the stress out of protecting your digital assets
Cisco Next-Generation Firewall is the industry’s first and only threat centric firewall. Cisco NGFW gives you deep visibility into your network.
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Digital Transformation
Avanade: How to approach IT modernisation
When it comes to justifying the process of modernising your business, IT benefits alone are not enough.
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Digitisation
Software AG makes new appointment for Asia Pacific & Japan
In making this appointment, they’ve revealed their intentions moving forward – to bolster their network and operations in APJ.
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Cloud
EMC taking digital content to the horizon
EMC unveils Project Horizon - its vision to enable enterprises to drive their digital agenda and harness the untapped value of business content.
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Evernote
Evernote's Scannable digitises paper in seconds
Evernote has released the Scannable app which digitises all kinds of paper, from receipts to business cards to contracts.
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Gartner
Embrace digitalisation or risk governing a fractured society, says Gartner
Digitalisation will place huge pressure on governments and leaders in the public sector to change faster than at any other time in modern history.
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Storage
De-duplication technology poised to take over storage market
Li said the technology will replace tapes and that data de-duplication will do for the storage industry what the iPod did for the music industry.