Retail had a tumultuous year, but next year will be when Indonesia and Philippines show their worth for retailers.
The company chooses to simplify management and free up internal IT resources by using Verizon's software-defined networking and managed network services.
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The buy gives Forrester vital resources to help customers navigate the digital transformation challenges.
The distributed ledger technology is helping smallholder paddy field farmers in Sri Lanka to access microinsurance product easily.
US retailers are beginning to use a variety of omnichannel digital tactics to entice and lure digital-savvy customers.
Business leaders and vendors discuss how to build an agile infrastructure for disruption.
Surge in online purchases for fashion and groceries sees China reaching the Forrester forecast a year earlier.
Learn how National Geographic simplified performance management and got closer to their customers.
The new EY innovation center aims to explore Greater Bay Area challenges and opportunities by bringing together global strategists, design expertise and EY technologists.
The Open Banking drive aims to create a level playing field for the Australian banking industry and drive service innovation. It also puts major Aussie banks in dilemma.
Sizing up China e-commerce opportunity is a number to behold.
The acquisition makes business and technology sense, but questions remain over culture clash and product overlap.
Trading cryptocurrencies across different blockchain platforms will open new opportunities.
Time to remove the word “digital” from your strategy; focus on building a sound strategy for the digital era.
The automobile giant steering itself into a different type of company with cloud being its fuel.
It is always nice when two rivals come together to help developers. CDOs should rejoice.
Where are the self-driving buses and smart city government apps that Hong Kong should be having? The problem is less about money and infrastructure and more about people’s attitude.