The Future of Work is now

We often wonder what the future of work looks like as we navigate our way through changing cultural norms and the advent of emerging technologies. After all, the average person spends 90,000 hours of their...

Of bots, humans and passwords

Technology is often described as the great leveller; it has enabled organisations large and small, as well as consumers, to do almost anything from anywhere, at any time. Yet as our reliance on it grows,...

The art of real-time business

Agility is a characteristic desired by many organisations but possessed by few. With technology speeding up processes and condensing lag time, it’s a natural progression for organisations to have the ability to respond to external...

Capturing growth in Asia’s digital economy despite talent shortage

By 2020, Asia Pacific will face an imminent labor shortage of 12.3 million. This figure is expected to reach 47 million by 2030, costing the region an annual opportunity cost of US$4.238...

From fish tank thermometer to the ‘Internet of Threats’

All security professionals’ worst nightmare is that they overlook the signs of a cyberattack and are not able to spot when they have been hacked. Today, one third of cyberattacks are a result of unanticipated,...

The drive for merchant innovation in Asia

The need to shift online, or to bolster a company’s online presence, is a long forgone conclusion for the retail conversation in Asia, with consumers and businesses alike in the region firmly embracing the digital...

Virtual banking to transform Singapore’s economy

50 years ago, Singapore was confronted with severe unemployment, poor infrastructure and a housing shortage. Fast forward to today and the city-state is ranked as one of the most livable cities, its...

Asia needs the right fuel for its smart city engines

It is the age of automated systems, robots, 5G, and artificial intelligence. The Internet of Things (IoT), virtual-reality and machine learning are reality. In this era, data has become the new “natural resource”, with enterprises...
Andrew Tan, Jardine OneSolution

Step up your game in 2020

2020 is around the corner. It’s the time of the year again where businesses wrap up for 2019, reviewing and re-evaluating their strategic plans. Like every year, I have the...

How open platforms benefit enterprise businesses and developers

The daily experience of work has changed substantially in the last decade, with more and more people around the world working from their mobile devices, remotely, or in a globally distributed team. As a result,...
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How and why NUS moved its HR system to the cloud

In 2015, the National University of Singapore (NUS) decided to move its HR system to the cloud. By the end of 2019, Phase 1...

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