Covid-19 put on hold the march of progress in various fronts most notably, the economy, the health industry, the education sector, and new technology development.
In Asia Pacific, a recent survey reported that 80% of respondents (employees) want their employers to step up by offering more training in new technologies.
While it’s still at an infancy stage in most parts of the world, 5G’s vaunted power is expected to bring about peak performance resulting in new revenue streams to critical industries.
5G vastly improve the provision of services of utilities in synch with such rising new technologies.
The innovative features of the next mobile network standard will revolutionize the way games will be seen and played.
The global Covid-19 outbreak has accelerated digital transformation across all economic activities.
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Today’s enterprises leverage data to make faster and better business decisions, minimize risk arising from incorrect data and aim to be audit-ready with trusted data.
The big story today in the new technology arena is that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will power the next innovation in diverse fields from industrial automation to smart cities to climate change.
Businesses across Asia-Pacific have realized that working remotely or flexibly is a fundamental part of the new work reality and not a temporary fix.