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Eyes on APAC

A blog from Aaron Tan, Computer Weekly’s Asia-Pacific editor, analyzing the latest trends, issues and technology innovations in the APAC region.

Recent Posts

  • China is growth engine for mobile data traffic

    Aaron Tan - TechTarget 28 Nov 2018
  • Being the world’s largest mobile market, China has unsurprisingly topped the charts when it comes to the growth in mobile data traffic. According to the latest figures from Ericsson, mobile data ...

  • The Asian tech century

    Aaron Tan - TechTarget 02 Nov 2018
  • At IDC's annual FutureScapes event this week, the APAC group vice-president of the technology analyst firm, Sandra Ng, took a shot at predicting the technology trends that will shape the things to ...

  • Singapore CIOs weigh in on digital transformation

    Aaron Tan - TechTarget 18 Oct 2018
  • Earlier this week, all members of Computer Weekly’s APAC CIO advisory panel gathered for the first time to share their thoughts on digital transformation and what the overused term means to them. ...

  • Taming the flow monster in real-time payments

    Aaron Tan - TechTarget 10 Oct 2018
  • This is a guest post by Bhupendra Warathe, chief information officer for corporate and institutional Banking, information technology and operations at Standard Chartered Bank As the world adopts ...

  • Farm tech startup to use SAP S/4 Hana for digital core

    Aaron Tan - TechTarget 04 Oct 2018
  • A Singapore startup that has developed a blockchain-based platform to connect farmers with global markets has turned to SAP’s S/4 Hana Public Cloud for its digital core. Called CrowdFarmX, the ...

  • It’s time to redefine shadow IT

    Aaron Tan - TechTarget 28 Sep 2018
  • Among the findings of the Committee of Inquiry (COI) that looked into the massive SingHealth data breach was the startling fact that a non-IT staff was tasked with managing the server which was ...

  • Fighting dengue fever with AI

    Aaron Tan - TechTarget 20 Sep 2018
  • Singapore’s National Environmental Agency (NEA) is roping in Alphabet life sciences research outfit Verily’s technology to separate male mosquitoes from female ones in an ongoing project to tackle ...

  • Fixing “bad code” isn’t always a bad thing

    Aaron Tan - TechTarget 14 Sep 2018
  • A study commissioned by Stripe has revealed that the Singapore economy has the potential to grow by S$1.6bn each year, if companies harness developer resources more effectively. Conducted by ...

  • An inside look at Alibaba’s deep learning processor

    Aaron Tan - TechTarget 29 Aug 2018
  • From Huawei’s Kirin 970 system-on-chip (SoC) that packs in a neural processing unit to Google’s new Edge TPU that performs machine learning tasks on IoT devices, the use of dedicated chips to speed ...

  • Australian e-commerce company shrugs off US behemoths with cloud move

    Aaron Tan - TechTarget 17 Aug 2018
  • Australia's eCorner has signed a deal with Macquarie Cloud Services to help it use public cloud services to fend off growing competition from larger US providers. The Sydney-based e-commerce ...

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