Knowing the intent and meaning behind the unstructured data that gets analyzed is the next evolution for big data, and will help companies avoid making spurious decisions.
In the leadup to ZDNet Asia's Big Debate on Nov. 28, we put the spotlight on panelist Janet Ang, managing director of IBM Singapore.
In the leadup to ZDNet Asia's Big Debate on Nov. 28, we put the spotlight on panelist Tan Eng Pheng, senior director of industry cluster group, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore.
In the leadup to ZDNet Asia's Big Debate on Nov. 28, we put the spotlight on panelist Jude Yew, assistant professor at the Department of Communications and New Media from the National University of Singapore.
In the leadup to ZDNet Asia's Big Debate on Nov. 28, we put the spotlight on panelist James Woo, CIO of healthcare service provider, The Farrer Park Company.
Service providers are now focusing on getting the fundamentals right, such as offering low latency and zero disconnections, but further innovation will require more developers and venture firms to come onboard.
The government is still "actively working" with vendors to complete the S$1.3 billion project for a single operating environment for the public sector, although the education ministry has completed the migration.
Government calls for proposals from industry players to explore the feasibility of extending the country's free public Wi-Fi service, Wireless@SG, until 2017.
Country is only one placed among two Top 10 projects--in water recycling and waste management--on KPMG's Infrastructure 100 global index.
ZDNet tours showfloor of World Cities Summit in Singapore and spotlights three booths featuring social system to reduce carbon emission, city crisis management and green buildings.
In fact, the East has better opportunities than its Western counterpart to invest in sustainable infrastructures and build sustainable cities, says delegate at World Cities Summit.
Delegates at this week's World Cities Summit highlight age, art, shared responsibility and temporality are key traits in an "intense" city, but for Singapore, it's about deliberate design.
Philosophical and social issues just as important in city urbanization, say delegates at World Cities Summit in Singapore, who point to "blueprint" method of urban planning.
Cities planned well tend to attract investments and global talent, and become a focal point for opportunities but good governance on areas such as housing and access to water and sanitation crucial, politicians note.
Big Apple's efforts in creating sustainable urban landscape for its residents receive recognition in form of Lee Kwan Yew World City Prize 2012.
The first interview in ZDNet Asia's Intelligent Singapore video series, CTO Wilfred Kwan defines "intelligence" needed in data centers today and discusses growth opportunities cloud computing has created for the telecommunication services provider.