The world is changing at a rapid pace. 20 years ago, no one could have predicted the scale of which smartphone, internet, virtual reality, blockchain and big data technologies – just to name a few – would have on our lives.
Southeast Asians are becoming more aware of the need to address their health issues properly, but the underdeveloped state of Southeast Asia’s healthcare infrastructure, as well as resource shortages, still make these needs difficult to address effectiv
In a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos earlier this year, billionaire business magnate, George Soros heavily criticised platform giants – Google and Facebook – who considered themselves “masters of the universe.” They had, in his words, become
The internet has changed the way most of us live. Through internet related technological innovations such as the Internet of Things (IoT), big data and e-commerce, a lot of our day to day tasks have been made easier.
Microfinance is described by the Financial Times Lexicon as a service where financial institutions will back small start-ups and would-be entrepreneurs with small loans, in the poorest parts of the world.
One of the biggest beneficiaries of the growing digital economy in Southeast Asia is the gaming industry. Sea – formerly Garena – became the first Southeast Asian tech company to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 2017.
Blockchain refers to a shared, public ledger of records or transactions that is open to inspection by every participant while not being subject to any form of central control.
With the humongous volume of data circulating virtually right now because of online activities such as video streaming and sending tweets, it is crucial for businesses to rely on data centres as they provide services for reducing infrastructure costs, p
More companies are opting for robotic automation of their manufacturing processes to get ahead, as reported by McKinsey & Company in 2017.