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Country issues call for collaboration worth S$21 million (US$16.5 million) to develop "high-impact, sector-specific" software-as-a-service products to help smaller companies lower costs.
Communications increasingly fragmented within enterprise environment, for which cloud-enabled communications models can help businesses get agile and successful, industry players say.
Long-term planning to align IT investments with business needs, ensuring scalability, and having good vendor relationships for support will help small and midsize businesses prevent unneeded spend.
Non-IT companies need to be careful when converting IT departments from cost centers into profit centers as such spinoffs carry significant risks, say market analysts.
Companies now see sustainability as driver for long-term growth and not just to meet compliance and CSR needs, but unprofitable business models may dampen their enthusiasm, reveals study.
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Chief finance officer's role in technology decision-making grew last year, with greater involvement and engagement in IT priorities, and recognition of need for improved technology support for these key business processes, survey reveals.
Growing demand from consumer IT and opportunities borne from China's 12th Five-Year Plan to drive overall IT spend to US$173 billion by 2013, exceeding Japan by 4 percent, IDC says.
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Issues such as network latency, immature legal frameworks and inadequate safeguards for customers to disengage from cloud services mean most will retain critical apps in-house, observers note.
Companies shouldn't commit to platform-as-a-service due to existing vendor relationships but on whether service will serve needs, having right people to maximize usage and budget to deploy, urge analysts.
ICT ministry of Thailand signs US$32.8 million contract to purchase 400,000 tablets from Shenzhen Scope Scientific Development, after 1.5-month delay, report states.
IT professionals should take time to accept being laid off, review own strengths and weaknesses, and be persistent in marketing oneself in order to regain employment, HR execs advise.
Influx of more and varied data means enterprises need databases that can efficiently process both traditional and unstructured data in real-time to reduce hardware costs and sprawl, analysts note.
With its budget under review, the U.S. Department of Agriculture hires Lexmark for managed print services in a five-year deal worth $50 million.
Focus on trust necessary before adoption of healthcare IT can take off, and more so for transformative benefits to be realized, IBM execs say.
While some measures that leverage IT for effective implementation of government delivery programs welcomed, industry expresses general disappointment new budget not focused on driving economic growth.
Clear governance framework, through alignment with business objectives, will help account for and get better returns on IT investments, amid uncertainty over its exact contribution, exec reveals.
Japanese electronics firm wants to cut at least 400 billion yen (US$4.84 billion) in cost over four years by increasing use industrial robots, says report.
Companies should look holistically at costs, available internal IT resources and importance of cloud service to business strategies to determine if they should adopt private, public or hybrid cloud, say observers.
When news broke that a female IT executive in Singapore had possibly coerced--via, erm, extremely friendly tactics--two high-ranking government officials into awarding her company lucrative contracts, it triggered discussions about whether this industry was indeed prone to fraud.The indiscretion of the heads of Singapore Civil Defence Force and Central Narcotics Bureau resulted in an investigation that involved the supply of IT products and services to the government bodies.
Business service management can help IT heads better deal with increasing complexity from consumerization, says BMC exec, who notes that full impact yet to hit enterprise environment.
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