Internet adoption in many countries has steadily increased over the past few years. The internet is now a necessity in modern times, as internet access and digital skills can improve someone's vocation prospects, communication access and overall quality of life.
The internet is undoubtedly one of the most exceptional innovations of the last half century, as it enables data sharing and communication regardless of location. However, despite the continuous development of technology, the digital divide remains a pressing issue. The term "digital divide" refers to the disparity between those individuals, businesses, demographics and regions that have unrestricted access to modern information and communications technology (ICT) and those that do not.
Data has become an essential component of organizations all around the world due to the advancement of technology. Companies have amassed huge volumes of data as their reliance on technology and networked systems has grown, particularly in the pursuit of sustainable practices. However, businesses need to balance the narrow line between data consumption and preservation in the Asian economic world, where environmental sustainability has become one of the top priorities.
As part of its ongoing coverage series with Twimbit, Telecom Review seeks to provide useful insights into the trends that are driving the growth of 5G in China and how these trends will continue to boost 5G in the country in the coming years.
India's telecommunications market has witnessed remarkable growth and innovation in recent years. As the country continues to evolve as a major player in the global tech landscape, key developments are significantly shaping the industry's future, not the least of which is the expansion of 5G trials. This latter strategic move is set to revolutionize India's digital landscape, presenting new opportunities for businesses, consumers and the overall economy as a whole.
In today's fast-paced world of technology and digital growth, data has become crucial for the global economy. With the increasing reliance on cloud services, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT) devices and big data analytics, the need for strong and scalable data centers has skyrocketed. Surprisingly, Asia has become the center of this data revolution, with a remarkable increase in data center developments driving the region towards a digital future.
With the rise of remote work, virtual meetings have become an important part of business operations. Businesses want a credible, user-friendly platform that enables effective communication and real-time collaboration.
In this exclusive three-part series, Telecom Review will share valuable insights on the benchmarking of leading telecom carriers’ enterprise business operations.
In a telling 2022 report, Kroll, an independent provider of risk and financial advisory solutions, claimed that 75% of organizations in the Philippines have experienced some form of notable "cyber incident," which is much higher than the APAC average of 59%.
The rise of new technologies has driven digital transformation in various industries around the world. Businesses in Asia are no exception, as they continuously develop methods to improve their services in order to provide better customer experience and thus remain competitive in their respective fields. Generative artificial intelligence, also known as GenAI, has emerged as a strong technology that can potentially transform customer experience (CX).