Smart Nation

Singapore launches a Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) pilot in a major step towards achieving its vision to become the world’s first Smart Nation.

Three black crows

Watson’s ability to understand cognitive context may be the key to fixing a knowledge transfer process that is broken, says David Gledhill of DBS Bank.

Wong Ka Vin of 1-Net

Wong Ka Vin of 1-Net discusses the importance of operational sustainability and what the different tiers of data centres really mean to businesses.

IBM Watson signing ceremony in Singapore

Singapore is looking to tap on IBM’s cognitive technology to deliver more personalised services by improving accessibility to government information.

Samir Neji of Anaplan

Anaplan plans to deliver analytics on-the-go as it carves out its stake in the enterprise planning space that sits between business data and business intelligence.

Jack Bailey of iland

Jack Bailey of iland highlights the need to give disaster recovery projects more prominence and offers five reasons why Asian companies should look to DRaaS.

Data myths

Research firm believes the data warehouse will continue to play an important role in big data analytics, and that enterprises will still need to spend effort on data integration.

Gregg Berkeley of Intel

IoT applications will need to go beyond pure monitoring and into analytics and control if the Internet of Things is to truly fulfill its promise, says Gregg Berkeley of Intel.


The release of GemFire 8 is positioned as a significant advance in Pivotal’s ability to process high-velocity data at scale.

Data mining professionals

Country faces a shortage of data analytics professionals amidst strong business demand for data mining expertise.


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