New research highlighted new opportunities for proptech and how blockchain can help to mitigate threats to smart city innovations.
The launch of new facilities in Hong Kong and Singapore hope to spur digital innovation by helping startups and industry incumbents to co-develop PoCs within sandboxes.
Data and Analytics firm GlobalData believes that 5G proponents will need to wait a bit longer before embracing 5G.
Scottish Local Government CDO urges organizations to stop developing pilot projects and start getting into the first version of their digital initiative quickly.
While the new technology can shape the industry sector for the better, its modern requirements, regulatory challenges and a threat to some jobs may dampen enthusiasm and slow adoption.
The convenience store is looking to redefine what convenience means in the digital era through digital and leadership transformation.
The Australian Securities Exchange deployment of blockchain-based trading underscores the rising confidence in the new technology’s benefits.
Observations from PartnerWorld show IBM’s difficulty in aligning partner transformation with its own--even when the program goals and strategy are sound.
Dismal earnings are leading many to predicy the demise of the large agencies; the truth is that many of these agencies digitally transforming from within.
In a recent EIU report, the Economist identified ten major risks. CDOTrends examined four that will directly or indirectly impact CDOs.
Innovation in financial services led by fintechs are not only impacting the financial services industry; other industries are also taking note and embracing it.
New CA Technologies study showed that most firms are lagging behind when it comes to being relevant and competitive
Everyone views blockchain as the great disruptor of our times. While many focus on its impact on financial services, the technology is quietly shaping other industries in ways previously unimaginable. Here are five.
Mark Lunt, Group Managing Direct shows why it is important for Hong Kong to have the right eco-systems to become a smart city blueprint that works.
New blockchain applications are helping to improve patient care and improve the way healthcare works.
New Oracle initiative to boost SMEs looking to transform and take advantage of cloud benefits.
Charles Ng, Associate Director-General at Invest Hong Kong discusses how Hong Kong is looking to be a smart city test bed in key applications.
Paul Kent, Director, Economics and Regulation at KPMG offers key insights into how Singapore is preparing for key challenges that it will face as it builds itself into a Smart Nation.