PHOTO - Screen capture of new CIO microsite from Fujitsu Malaysia.
ICT solutions provider Fujitsu Malaysia has announced a new microsite to share visionary insights and technology tools among the chief information officer community.
Fujitsu Malaysia president Charles Lew said the new microsite -- www.technology-perspectives.com -- would serve as a research and resources (R&R) centre for local chief information officers (CIOs) and is aligned with the company's vision to build a 'human-centric intelligent society.'
"Fujitsu not only looks into the future of ICT but also takes steps to turn IT vision into human reality," said Lew, speaking in January 2012. "The microsite shows how we invest significant resources to identify the patterns of ICT change that are paving the way for the future."
He said that the Fujitsu Technology Perspectives microsite would be updated on a regular basis on visionary ICT advancements to reflect the key forces and dynamics which are shaping the various industries. "The microsite is also to serve the needs of those looking-forward organisations, business decision makers, analysts, journalists and even the mass public."
"The Technology Perspectives Microsite is broken down into 12 distinct business and technology trends, which includes sections such as Real Time Insights, Borderless Business, People First, Big 'I' Little 'T'm Every Thing Connected, Trading Places, Outside-in, Choice, The New One-size-fits-all; Social Working, Crowding Out, Re-shaping Organisations, and Mobile is Dead (Long Live Mobile)," said Lew.
"You can read on the Fujitsu Technology Perspectives microsite of some of the key ICT trends that will impact businesses in 2012 and beyond," he said. "These include mobile technologies, cloud services and social media - which are all in line with the explosive Big Data growth that has been happening for the past two years. IT decision makers will find the microsite very helpful for suggestions to exploit IT to maintain a competitive yet sustainable edge in the future."
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