Information Technology Commentaries

23 Jul 2012
BY Samir Dixit
While there is growing advocacy for the importance of intangibles in every country, organisation, and industry segment - big or small, the recently held IP week in Singapore forces you to think that perhaps a lot more needs to be done to establish the importance of the country as an IP destination of choice where organisations and brands of repute can effectively park and manage their IP, most important of which is the brand.
20 Jul 2012
BY Vijoy Varghese
Alignment of business and IT or rather non-alignment is an aspect mauled to shreds.
21 May 2012
BY Ashok Munirathinam
Before the advent of cloud computing, firms were running on-premise software, where operations were slow due to the complexity in managing data and the process of manually transferring data between various systems or people.
11 May 2012
BY Marcus Moufarrige
Business is more mobile than ever before.
4 May 2012
BY David Loke
According to the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) forum, 95% of businesses in the Asia-Pacific region are SMBs.
20 Apr 2012
Cloud computing continues to occupy the minds of CTOs of large enterprises, but to many SMB owners, it remains a puzzle as many still do not have a clear idea of its business implications, operational benefits and cost-effectiveness.
31 Jan 2012
As the Dragon year commences, Singapore has awakened to the roar of Business Analytics.
2 Jan 2012
In the Era of Social Media, organizations will inevitability find their names mentioned in some blog or internet forum.
2 Jan 2012
Do you think Andy Warhol’s “fifteen minutes” opinion is still valid in this day and age?
1 Sep 2011
I often hear people saying that Linkedin is useless and that, except opening an account and filling up profile for online resumes, they generally don't use it.
1 Sep 2011
Organisations produce a lot of content.
14 Jun 2011
Alex Tan’s trying on a new suit.
1 Jun 2011
In the recent elections, we saw the rise of social media as powerful communications platforms, as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and others were used to discuss election issues in public and galvanise the public to vote.
1 Apr 2011
BY Rohit Dadwal
Globally, 2011 is said to be the year of the smartphone.