By Anastasia Stefanuk | DevOps is a specialized space that has grown over the years. What started as a theoretical approach to unifying resources, practices, and tools for application development, is now an essential business approach to application and systems development. Software developers, DevOps engineers, release managers, and security officers are

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3 principles to transform your marketing strategy   I’m obsessed with unicorns. That might sound a bit weird for a middle-aged guy, but hear me out. For over ten years, I’ve been on a mission to discover the most successful marketing tactics available. I call these tactics unicorns. In this article, I’ll

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How this generation will change the workplace Millennials currently make up 30% of the workforce (New York Times). As baby boomers retire by the thousands, millennials are becoming leaders in every industry. However, just when many employers have figured out how to woo and keep millennials in the workplace, a whole

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Revolving around the theme “Re-Imagining Realities: Discover, Transform and Innovate.”, The GITEX Technology Week is returning for its thirty-seventh edition. The week will feature a range of innovative-led activities and conferences to create an engaging experience for all visitors. The conferences are going to cover a variety of topics, such as

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Facilitating socioeconomic mobility in Indonesia through digitization with GO-JEK Founder Nadiem Makarim   By Min Chen | Proverbial warnings against the dark side of technology frequently point to how machines are gradually replacing parts of the workforce, rendering many vocations irrelevant and individuals, jobless. But this notion fails to account for instances

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By Andy Lau | The promise of the paper-free office has not materialized, mainly because organizations still rely on paper-based documents, which is unlikely to change in the near future. However, the way businesses work with documents has changed. Most organizations take a hybrid approach, where paper-based documents are scanned

The world’s first user-designed eyewear The eyewear industry is not as it would appear. Nine out of ten frames you reach for will be from the same manufacturer: Luxottica Group. Their near-monopoly on the designer eyewear space means those Ray Bans or Dior sunnies you saved up to purchase cost almost

Tell us about SunPort! SunPort is a device that allows anyone to plug in and use solar power out of the grid, without needing to own solar panels. I does this by measuring how much power you take from the wall and matching it to solar credits that come from real

Bringing about a healthier startup ecosystem through the Venture Capital Method   By Douglas Abrams | There’s an epidemic of overvaluation raging in Southeast Asia’s entrepreneurial community. It appears to be highly contagious, as most entrepreneurs I meet seem to be infected. Overvaluation is dangerous for startups and can even be fatal in extreme

“All our knowledge has its origin in our perceptions - Leonardo da vinci”   Price is merely a perception. Our brain remembers prices as either being high or low, rather than recalling specific numbers. It is therefore beneficial to your brand for people to perceive your price as low.   How can you

Stewart Butterfield is the founder of two widely successful startups – Flickr, sold to Yahoo for reportedly $35 million, and Slack, one of the most popular communication tools among the startup community. However, Stewart did not start with these lucrative ideas. In fact, these successes came into being from the

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Is the Philippines Asia’s next technology tiger?   The Philippines has been a popular destination for foreign entities looking to enter emerging markets for the better part of the last two decades. Today, investors are increasingly inclined to allocate their resources to the country’s tech and innovation sector, and for a good

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