Leukaemia Foundation accelerates digital modernisation

Ensures quality care Blood cancer is the second most diagnosed cancer in Australia and the second most common cause of cancer-related deaths with more than 110,000 Australians living with blood cancer or a related blood disorder. With more than 150 sub-types, blood cancer is the second most diagnosed cancer in…

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Viewpoints on business challenges and risk management

Supply chain disruption as one of many areas of concern, opportunity for technology and life sciences clients. A recent survey of TechAssure’s insurance agent and broker members underscores how the COVID-19 pandemic has shaped their technology and life sciences clients’ approach to key business challenges and risks. “Technology and life…

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Successful edge computing depends on a symbiotic edge

Core to workload relationship Edge computing is comprised of IT infrastructure and applications deployed outside of core data centres to support data gathering and analysis closer to the source. To compete in a digital-first world, organizations are prioritizing investments in digital tools to augment physical spaces and assets and enable…

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Empowering millions of frontline workers with technology

Work Trend Index Special Report, “Technology Can Help Unlock a New Future for Frontline Workers released. Microsoft  has released a Work Trend Index Special Report, “Technology Can Help Unlock a New Future for Frontline Workers,” and announced new features in Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Viva designed to serve millions of…

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Recruitment strategy ushered in a major change under enterprise digital transformation

Business observers suggest that digital applications and transformation are mostly stressful for companies. In its recently released report “China’s Top Ten Talent Trends in China 2022″, global recruitment group Hays mentioned that digital transformation across sectors will see significant acceleration in year 2022. Today, digital transformation of enterprises is nothing…

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Hong Kong SAR’s Life Sciences Industry is facing the future

Innovation and technological Confidence. Hong Kong’s healthcare sector is taking innovation seriously, and just six per cent of employees said they would not describe their organisation as future-ready, by some distance the lowest proportion in Asia do so. As the uncertainty of the last two years dissipates, Hong Kong’s SAR…

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Top 8 trends for the security industry in 2022

Questions surrounding assistance and protection Singapore bank customers. Entering 2022, the world continues to endure the pandemic. But the security industry has, no doubt, continued to shift, adapt, and develop in spite of things. Several trends have even accelerated. Beyond traditional “physical security,” a host of frontiers like AI, cloud…

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Protecting bank customers from losses due to bank outages

Questions surrounding assistance and protection Singapore bank customers. Monetary Authority Singapore requires financial institutions (FIs) to have robust systems and processes to ensure reliable delivery of services to their customers. In the event of a disruption, FIs are expected to restore the affected system as swiftly as possible and activate…

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Cloud infrastructure spending increased in third quarter of 2021

Overall growth expected. International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Enterprise Infrastructure Tracker: Buyer and Cloud Deployment, spending on compute and storage infrastructure products for cloud infrastructure, including dedicated and shared environments, increased 6.6% year over year in the third quarter of 2021 (3Q21) to $18.6 billion. This increase resumes the trend…

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