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Information technology (IT) in Asia-Pacific

  • September 21, 2021 21 Sep'21

    DBS eyes AI and blockchain talent

    Singapore-based bank DBS is looking to hire 150 developers and engineers skilled in artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain through its hackathon programme

  • September 20, 2021 20 Sep'21

    ASEAN organisations face observability gap

    Organisations in Southeast Asia are grappling with a hodgepodge of observability tools and have some way to go before they can achieve full visibility over their technology stacks

  • September 16, 2021 16 Sep'21

    NTT and Equinix lead APAC co-location market

    The two datacentre service providers are leading the pack in co-location services in the Asia-Pacific region thanks to their growing business from hyperscale cloud suppliers

  • September 15, 2021 15 Sep'21

    Australia and Singapore have higher incidences of insecure databases

    Five-year longitudinal study by Imperva shows the proportion of databases with at least one known vulnerability in Australia and Singapore are among the world’s highest

  • September 13, 2021 13 Sep'21

    RPA adoption still in its infancy in Asia-Pacific

    While there have been successful deployments of robotic process automation in mature markets, adoption of the technology is largely in its infancy across Asia-Pacific, says a regional Blue Prism executive

  • September 13, 2021 13 Sep'21

    Portcast secures $3.2m, eyes global expansion

    Logistics startup Portcast will use its pre-Series A funding to expand globally and bolster its cloud-based service with prescriptive AI capabilities

  • September 09, 2021 09 Sep'21

    APAC organisations must do more to harness analytics potential

    Organisations in the Asia-Pacific region still lack the necessary workforce and process capabilities that are required to realise the full benefits of data analytics initiatives, a study finds

  • September 07, 2021 07 Sep'21

    OT security in APAC remains work in progress

    Two operational technology security experts shed light on the state of OT security in the region, and what’s being done to address skills, competency and organisational challenges

  • September 06, 2021 06 Sep'21

    How NZ schools are tapping managed network services

    Using managed network services has freed up time and resources for New Zealand school teachers and alleviated the pressure and challenges of maintaining technology infrastructure

  • September 02, 2021 02 Sep'21

    NUS researchers develop brain-inspired memory device

    A team of researchers led by the National University of Singapore have developed a brain-inspired molecular memristor that can be configured to perform a range of computing tasks

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