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.
The different responses to cryptocurrencies from central banks is reining in adoption, even if they acknowledge the superior blockchain design.
New AI-based regtech solutions are removing the dread surrounding compliance and address the failing trust in FSI firms.
Marketo buy brings Adobe into the lucrative B2B marketing segment.
APIs are allowing firms to exchange vital information securely, enabling a new level of interconnectivity and scalability never before seen.
It is time we meet our digital twin to make hyper-personalization work.
Decentralized storage may be the next step data storage, thanks to blockchain. But it is still early days.
Some multi-cloud firms are good conductors; others good at playing specific instruments. Vendors need to realize that it is alright to be part of an orchestra.
The blockchain is no longer about disrupting financial services. The technology is helping to rewire the way we do business across all industries.
Time for governments to start looking at the reality of a blockchain future instead of finding ways to disregard or block its eventual rise.
Medical science and advances in health management are extending human life expectancy to new levels, but it may be only in the digital world that we are able to live forever.
The answer lies in how global giants and their Chinese competitors evolved and compete.
Amazon tops the market, followed by Microsoft, Alibaba, Google, and IBM.
Industry players in Australia asked to step up reskilling and supporting worker re-education to avoid the impending job crisis.
After much industry discussion, HKMA published the long-awaited Open API framework – finally.
Citi and Singapore Airlines are the latest household brands to become digital platforms to add more value to its customers.
Regulators see new technology as the antidote to failing trust in banks.