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Operational Technology On The Docks: Power Generation Plants

Operational Technology On The Docks: Power Generation Plants

Submitted by • February 27, 2020

www.digiconasia.net - Absolute power corrupts, but a power outage disrupts absolutely. Over the past 10 years, a new form of “economic warfare” has emerged in which nation-states attack the critical infrastructure of countries perceived to be a rival, with the goal creating mass ...

In Times Of Coronadversity, You Need Business Tips To Rise To The Occasion

In Times Of Coronadversity, You Need Business Tips To Rise To The Occasion

Submitted by • February 26, 2020

www.digiconasia.net - When life hands you a lemon, make lemonade; when an outbreak persists, stay calm and follow these tips. Tracking the rapid outbreak of the COVID-19 in real-time is not the only thing we have technology to thank for. Time Magazine called ...

Analytics And AI Say Singaporean Office Workers Will Like This

Analytics And AI Say Singaporean Office Workers Will Like This

Submitted by • February 26, 2020

www.digiconasia.net - Affordable cheesy Bulgogi beef, chicken satay rice, cauliflower butter curry—ensconced in affordable wraps for quick delivery to your office. Indomie comfort food, Bulgogi beef and curry cauliflower wraps—these are some of the latest unique food choices that office workers in the ...

Here’s What Google Doesn’t Want You To Know: Opinion

Here’s What Google Doesn’t Want You To Know: Opinion

Submitted by • February 26, 2020

www.digiconasia.net - Catching Google red-handed in its grand schemes to get even richer and more pervasive has become almost a spectator sport. Google has become a bloated leviathan of unfathomable proportions, and even its own employees are no longer able to comprehend the ...

Security Is The Top Dampener Of Public Cloud Adoption: APAC Study

Security Is The Top Dampener Of Public Cloud Adoption: APAC Study

Submitted by • February 26, 2020

www.cybersecasia.net - Singapore is the most visibly affected, followed closely by countries in the region. While a large chunk of IT infrastructure worldwide is already running in the public cloud (40%), and this is expected to increase to 70% in the next five ...

Another Retrospective Of 2019’s Threat Landscape

Submitted by • February 26, 2020

If looking at the past helps prepare you for the present, here is another cybersecurity retrospective to boost your cyberpreparedness… OpenText has issued its 2020 Webroot Threat Report for last year, highlighting not only the agility and innovation of cybercriminals who ...

Chinese Cybercriminals: A Growing Dark Force To Reckon With

Chinese Cybercriminals: A Growing Dark Force To Reckon With

Submitted by • February 26, 2020

www.cybersecasia.net - With China, even cybercrime syndicates are larger than life due to the huge population, says a McAfee researcher. China’s cybercrime enterprise is large, lucrative and expanding quickly into other countries that have weak cybercrime legislation or weak enforcement—such as Malaysia, Indonesia, ...

How To Avoid A Storm In A Teacup: Smart Cloud Strategies

How To Avoid A Storm In A Teacup: Smart Cloud Strategies

Submitted by • February 24, 2020

www.digiconasia.net - Errors in cloud-adoption and transformation planning can lead to hurricanes inside your infrastructure later. At the core of businesses IT strategies today sits a familiar and fundamental building block: the Cloud. It is predicted that by 2021, over 65% of enterprises ...

Singapore Budget 2020: Responding To A New Decade Of Uncertainties

Singapore Budget 2020: Responding To A New Decade Of Uncertainties

Submitted by • February 24, 2020

www.digiconasia.net - Against a backdrop of the COVID-19 outbreak and broader global economic uncertainties, Singapore’s new budget aims to tackle the new decade with innovation. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Heng Swee Keat delivered the Singapore Government’s Budget Statement for Financial ...

The Case For Remote Working, Minus The Outbreak

The Case For Remote Working, Minus The Outbreak

Submitted by • February 24, 2020

www.digiconasia.net - Must it take frequent viral epidemics to spur businesses large and small to establish remote-working practices and business continuity plans? The novel coronavirus outbreak has clearly caught authorities, healthcare providers, businesses, as well as the general public on the back foot. ...