To be held on July 4, ZDNet's TechBizz Singapore live panel discussion features top-level executives from Changi Airport Group, Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry, SIM University, Forrester Research, and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
By The Way
Eileen Yu checks out industry developments across the Asia-Pacific region, discussing their relevance to the global tech business landscape.
Eileen Yu began covering the IT industry when Asynchronous Transfer Mode was still hip and e-commerce was the new buzzword. Currently based in Singapore, she has over 15 years of industry experience with various publications including ZDNet, IDG, and Singapore Press Holdings.
ZDNet will host a series of events--in Singapore, Sydney, and Mumbai--where panelists will discuss key ICT trends driving today's business environment. Audience can join in on-site or online as the discussions will be streamed live on the site.
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ZDNet is hosting a live event on July 4 where panelists will discuss how today's business landscape, driven by IT consumerization and mobility, has changed the ICT environment for companies in Singapore.
Singapore's supposed "light touch" approach to regulating the Internet has escalated into a new licensing regime, triggering a slew of questions from the public that the government must be prepared to answer.
Is Singapore foolish to give out local money to foreign startups which may end up taking their Singapore-funded innovation back to their home country?
Singapore's content regulator MDA has instructed SingTel to share the next three seasons of the English Premier League with pay TV rival, StarHub. The decision brings an end to a long-drawn saga which had put the country's cross-carriage rule under scrutiny. However, SingTel is appealing against the decision.
Yahoo angered many of its staff when it banned home-working, but this dramatic step--while widely unpopular--may be what it is needed to rebuild employee camaraderie and rebuild a sense of belonging in the ailing company.
Would you pay S$389.97 in subscription fees before a new release is likely due, compared to a one-time S$200 to own and use the software as long as you wanted? Will Microsoft now release new versions more regularly since it's asking its customers to pay a premium yearly subscription to use the product?
Service outages, spotty network coverage, and poor customer management must be resolved quickly if Singapore is to be regarded as a connected society.