Forget cryptocurrency, cybercriminals want your health records more

COVID-19 has forced many Singaporeans to further rely on technology for work, educational and communication purposes. Whilst this has helped with managing tasks and obligations, it has created more opportunities for hackers. In fact...

Keeping up with the ‘New Normal’: reshaping Singapore

As the world anxiously awaits a cure for COVID-19, what was once an unfamiliar order --  telecommuting, has now been normalised with safety measures set in place by the government, and many organisations. Singapore’s...

Data is changing the world and we cannot afford to leave future generations behind

Prior to the pandemic, there were concerns about the gaps in education and training for children and young people. But in the words of UNICEF, COVID-19 has “exacerbated the learning crisis”. In fact, a...

The future of work: Embracing technology for better experiences

The Adobe Asia Workforce Impact 2019 study estimates that over the next 10 years, 18% of operations jobs such as accounting and general office work face a high risk of disruption due to automation. More specifically, repetitive...

Fighting smart against policy abuse in online retail

Policy abuse plagues nearly every online business. The trouble with policy abuse, compared to conventional fraud, is that policy abusers are not necessarily cybercriminals who are hiding their identity. Instead, policy abuse is often...

Quantum knows what you did last summer

Quantum computing used to be considered a technology bordering on science fiction. Little did we all expect 2019 to be a milestone year for quantum computing. Google’s announcement of achieving “quantum supremacy” sparked the debate once more...

Who is responsible for data privacy at the end of the day?

The emergence of digital technologies over the last decade has led to the exponential growth of our digital footprints. Back in 2017, research firm Gartner predicted that more than 20 billion IoT devices will...

The business value of identity

The rapid digitisation across Asia Pacific in 2020 has paved the way for companies to adopt new models in how they secure and manage the identity of their users. As businesses move from largely reactive...
Bisham Kishnani

Sync up and scale up: using public cloud for your next big product

Developing a new app, service or connected device can be daunting. The process can be painstakingly slow at the start – funding is not always immediately available, and IT departments can sometimes take months to set up...

Navigating the cloud migration journey with the right skills

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives, and many Asian countries are still battling high daily infection counts, our reliance on the internet has become more pronounced than ever.  The way people have...
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Tata Communications’ digital chief talks digitisation, AI

C R Srinivasan - or Srini for short - has been steeped in business technology for nearly three decades. In his career, he has...

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