Jamie Yap

Journalist

Jamie Yap covers the compelling and sometimes convoluted cross-section of IT and homo sapiens, which really refers to technology careers, startups, Internet, social media, mobile tech, and privacy stickles. She has interviewed suit-wearing C-level executives from major corporations as well as jeans-wearing entrepreneurs of startups. Prior to tech reporting, she spent three years after graduating from university as a print and online writer chronicling the feats and foibles of another species known as celebrities in TV, movies and music lands. Jamie is also an inner fangirl of sci-fi, comics, Comic-Con and special featurettes on DVDs.

Jamie Yap has nothing to disclose. She doesn't hold investments in the organizations she covers.

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CMOs tapping more IT, but won't replace CIOs

CMOs tapping more IT, but won't replace CIOs

Marketing initiatives are now using more from the IT budget, but a potential power struggle between CMOs and CIOs can be turned into opportunities for IT heads to collaborate and exert influence rather than control.

December 4, 2012 by in CXO

APAC BPO market to hit $9.5B

APAC BPO market to hit $9.5B

Business process outsourcing market in Asia-Pacific is on pace to reach US$6.45 billion this year and hit US$9.5 billion by 2016, with many growth opportunities still untapped.

September 25, 2012 by in CXO

Asia CIOs urged to step up biz priorities

Asia CIOs urged to step up biz priorities

IT heads in Asia must start driving the business or risk being regulated to backend work, while other business leaders are put in charge of "sexy" business projects that leverage IT for growth.

September 13, 2012 by in CXO

CIOs lack confidence to be biz leader

CIOs lack confidence to be biz leader

Chief information officers have amassed knowledge in IT and business across their organizations, but lack the confidence to tap their knowhow to drive business growth and innovations.

September 6, 2012 by in CXO