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洞察

跟上新趋势、创新思维和观点

市场动态

市场动态

data protection

In our increasingly digital world, the challenges of protecting personal data are only growing larger. Seeing a shift towards a new identity architecture design, data previously stored in silos and disconnected from other sources will be connected, allowing for more effective information discovery. The use of digital wallets, open-standards compliant technology, and increased demand for verifiable credentials will also contribute to the rise of self-sovereign identity.

employees

Staff turnover can be expensive and is not just a financial burden; it can also impact your company culture. It’s crucial to develop employee retention strategies that promote career growth and professional development. By upskilling or re-skilling existing staff, this investment will create a positive company culture and establish future-focused thinking. This can result in increased productivity, improved employee satisfaction, and lower costs associated with hiring new employees.

Tech

Gartner predicts that technology and business will undergo some significant changes from 2023 to 2027. Business leaders should consider how these changes will affect their plans to keep them up-to-date. By 2024, Gartner predicts that joint sovereignty partnerships will be sanctioned by regulators and act as a catalyst for trust in global cloud brands. This will facilitate continued IT globalization and lead to the consolidation of the cloud ecosystem. Read more to find out what the other years will bring.

corporate operations

Resillient organizations need a shared clear vision, invested leadership, skilled employees, supportive culture, and the mindset to manage change effectively.To achieve operational resilience, monitoring the engagement level of one's workforce can help identify essential business services that may need to be protected when at risk. It also allows to set impact tolerances for these services. Process mapping and testing can help create a more effective response plan should a crisis occur.

Japan Tech

Singapore is set to become the fourth-largest economy by 2030. A gateway to Southeast Asia, the total investment from Japan to Singapore has risen from around $115 billion in 2018 to around $139 billion in 2020. The city-state has access to a highly skilled and diverse workforce, a stable legal system, and a well-established infrastructure, which makes it more attractive for Japanese tech firms to settle and expand their presence in the region.

Tech Talent

Finding and hiring top talent is the most important thing you can do to ensure your company's success. But it's more than just posting a job listing and waiting for the applications to roll in. 16 industry leaders share tips on getting the best candidates, including organizing a hackathon to recruit high-quality programmers, upskilling current employees, leveraging freelance talent to help prepare in-house team members, partnering with outsourcing service providers, and more.

Cloud

Cloud computing is here to stay. The technology is progressing at a rapid rate, and it's now clear that businesses of all sizes should be taking advantage of this opportunity to save money and increase efficiency. But there are still some challenges that IT leaders need to be aware of as they make their way into the cloud. They must keep an eye on costs, digital silos, and security posture, and their options of investing in public clouds, private clouds, hybrid, multi-clouds, or high-performance clouds.

meeting

Software projects have been notorious for running late and over budget. But with the right planning and management techniques, it is possible to achieve project milestones on schedule and under budget. With the market's economic and environmental risk factors, project managers need to be vigilant about reviewing their product roadmap, backlog grooming, and sprint planning. These steps are among the few to identify potential risks and mitigate them as soon as possible.

Time for businesses to get their IT budget in check with inflation on the fence

As budgets increase, so does the complexity of the work that CIOs are tasked with. In a recent survey of 2,203 CIOs from 81 countries, Gartner found that IT budgets are set to increase by 5.1% globally in 2023. Most of the surveyed CIOs stressed the importance of investing in operational excellence and customer experience, and they plan to continue increasing investment in cyber security, business intelligence/data analytics, and cloud platforms.

First step to reverse brain drain: Hong Kong unveils "talent trawl" to woo overseas talent

Hong Kong's Chief Executive John Lee announced his first annual policy address on October 19, revealing a series of measures to woo top foreign talent to reverse brain drain and regain the city's status as a global financial center. The new two-year scheme will allow high-salaried talent earning more than $318,000 and top university graduates to seek opportunities. In addition, tax rebates and more flexible policies have been announced for expats.

How to navigate regulatory uncertainty in financial institutions

As financial institutions continue to grapple with the chaotic regulatory environment, they must rethink their approaches. Change management is a crucial area to focus on when building an agile organization that can adapt quickly to changing regulatory and market conditions. To maintain high standards of safety, quality, and compliance, adopting modern risk management technologies can help streamline workflows, share data more efficiently, and facilitate collaboration across organizations.

cybersecurity

90% of security leaders think their organization is not at the top of its game when it comes to addressing cybersecurity risks. Responding to the mass challenge of tech talent shortage, 45% of IT executives depend on their current staff to handle more security responsibilities. In comparison, 45% use automation technologies, and 42% outsource security operations. IT executives are planning to invest more in filling the cybersecurity talent gap and offering security awareness training for all staff.

data protection

In our increasingly digital world, the challenges of protecting personal data are only growing larger. Seeing a shift towards a new identity architecture design, data previously stored in silos and disconnected from other sources will be connected, allowing for more effective information discovery. The use of digital wallets, open-standards compliant technology, and increased demand for verifiable credentials will also contribute to the rise of self-sovereign identity.

employees

Staff turnover can be expensive and is not just a financial burden; it can also impact your company culture. It’s crucial to develop employee retention strategies that promote career growth and professional development. By upskilling or re-skilling existing staff, this investment will create a positive company culture and establish future-focused thinking. This can result in increased productivity, improved employee satisfaction, and lower costs associated with hiring new employees.

Tech

Gartner predicts that technology and business will undergo some significant changes from 2023 to 2027. Business leaders should consider how these changes will affect their plans to keep them up-to-date. By 2024, Gartner predicts that joint sovereignty partnerships will be sanctioned by regulators and act as a catalyst for trust in global cloud brands. This will facilitate continued IT globalization and lead to the consolidation of the cloud ecosystem. Read more to find out what the other years will bring.

corporate operations

Resillient organizations need a shared clear vision, invested leadership, skilled employees, supportive culture, and the mindset to manage change effectively.To achieve operational resilience, monitoring the engagement level of one's workforce can help identify essential business services that may need to be protected when at risk. It also allows to set impact tolerances for these services. Process mapping and testing can help create a more effective response plan should a crisis occur.

Japan Tech

Singapore is set to become the fourth-largest economy by 2030. A gateway to Southeast Asia, the total investment from Japan to Singapore has risen from around $115 billion in 2018 to around $139 billion in 2020. The city-state has access to a highly skilled and diverse workforce, a stable legal system, and a well-established infrastructure, which makes it more attractive for Japanese tech firms to settle and expand their presence in the region.

Tech Talent

Finding and hiring top talent is the most important thing you can do to ensure your company's success. But it's more than just posting a job listing and waiting for the applications to roll in. 16 industry leaders share tips on getting the best candidates, including organizing a hackathon to recruit high-quality programmers, upskilling current employees, leveraging freelance talent to help prepare in-house team members, partnering with outsourcing service providers, and more.

Cloud

Cloud computing is here to stay. The technology is progressing at a rapid rate, and it's now clear that businesses of all sizes should be taking advantage of this opportunity to save money and increase efficiency. But there are still some challenges that IT leaders need to be aware of as they make their way into the cloud. They must keep an eye on costs, digital silos, and security posture, and their options of investing in public clouds, private clouds, hybrid, multi-clouds, or high-performance clouds.

meeting

Software projects have been notorious for running late and over budget. But with the right planning and management techniques, it is possible to achieve project milestones on schedule and under budget. With the market's economic and environmental risk factors, project managers need to be vigilant about reviewing their product roadmap, backlog grooming, and sprint planning. These steps are among the few to identify potential risks and mitigate them as soon as possible.

Time for businesses to get their IT budget in check with inflation on the fence

As budgets increase, so does the complexity of the work that CIOs are tasked with. In a recent survey of 2,203 CIOs from 81 countries, Gartner found that IT budgets are set to increase by 5.1% globally in 2023. Most of the surveyed CIOs stressed the importance of investing in operational excellence and customer experience, and they plan to continue increasing investment in cyber security, business intelligence/data analytics, and cloud platforms.

First step to reverse brain drain: Hong Kong unveils "talent trawl" to woo overseas talent

Hong Kong's Chief Executive John Lee announced his first annual policy address on October 19, revealing a series of measures to woo top foreign talent to reverse brain drain and regain the city's status as a global financial center. The new two-year scheme will allow high-salaried talent earning more than $318,000 and top university graduates to seek opportunities. In addition, tax rebates and more flexible policies have been announced for expats.

How to navigate regulatory uncertainty in financial institutions

As financial institutions continue to grapple with the chaotic regulatory environment, they must rethink their approaches. Change management is a crucial area to focus on when building an agile organization that can adapt quickly to changing regulatory and market conditions. To maintain high standards of safety, quality, and compliance, adopting modern risk management technologies can help streamline workflows, share data more efficiently, and facilitate collaboration across organizations.

cybersecurity

90% of security leaders think their organization is not at the top of its game when it comes to addressing cybersecurity risks. Responding to the mass challenge of tech talent shortage, 45% of IT executives depend on their current staff to handle more security responsibilities. In comparison, 45% use automation technologies, and 42% outsource security operations. IT executives are planning to invest more in filling the cybersecurity talent gap and offering security awareness training for all staff.

市场动态

data protection

In our increasingly digital world, the challenges of protecting personal data are only growing larger. Seeing a shift towards a new identity architecture design, data previously stored in silos and disconnected from other sources will be connected, allowing for more effective information discovery. The use of digital wallets, open-standards compliant technology, and increased demand for verifiable credentials will also contribute to the rise of self-sovereign identity.

employees

Staff turnover can be expensive and is not just a financial burden; it can also impact your company culture. It’s crucial to develop employee retention strategies that promote career growth and professional development. By upskilling or re-skilling existing staff, this investment will create a positive company culture and establish future-focused thinking. This can result in increased productivity, improved employee satisfaction, and lower costs associated with hiring new employees.

Tech

Gartner predicts that technology and business will undergo some significant changes from 2023 to 2027. Business leaders should consider how these changes will affect their plans to keep them up-to-date. By 2024, Gartner predicts that joint sovereignty partnerships will be sanctioned by regulators and act as a catalyst for trust in global cloud brands. This will facilitate continued IT globalization and lead to the consolidation of the cloud ecosystem. Read more to find out what the other years will bring.

corporate operations

Resillient organizations need a shared clear vision, invested leadership, skilled employees, supportive culture, and the mindset to manage change effectively.To achieve operational resilience, monitoring the engagement level of one's workforce can help identify essential business services that may need to be protected when at risk. It also allows to set impact tolerances for these services. Process mapping and testing can help create a more effective response plan should a crisis occur.

Japan Tech

Singapore is set to become the fourth-largest economy by 2030. A gateway to Southeast Asia, the total investment from Japan to Singapore has risen from around $115 billion in 2018 to around $139 billion in 2020. The city-state has access to a highly skilled and diverse workforce, a stable legal system, and a well-established infrastructure, which makes it more attractive for Japanese tech firms to settle and expand their presence in the region.

Tech Talent

Finding and hiring top talent is the most important thing you can do to ensure your company's success. But it's more than just posting a job listing and waiting for the applications to roll in. 16 industry leaders share tips on getting the best candidates, including organizing a hackathon to recruit high-quality programmers, upskilling current employees, leveraging freelance talent to help prepare in-house team members, partnering with outsourcing service providers, and more.

Cloud

Cloud computing is here to stay. The technology is progressing at a rapid rate, and it's now clear that businesses of all sizes should be taking advantage of this opportunity to save money and increase efficiency. But there are still some challenges that IT leaders need to be aware of as they make their way into the cloud. They must keep an eye on costs, digital silos, and security posture, and their options of investing in public clouds, private clouds, hybrid, multi-clouds, or high-performance clouds.

meeting

Software projects have been notorious for running late and over budget. But with the right planning and management techniques, it is possible to achieve project milestones on schedule and under budget. With the market's economic and environmental risk factors, project managers need to be vigilant about reviewing their product roadmap, backlog grooming, and sprint planning. These steps are among the few to identify potential risks and mitigate them as soon as possible.

Time for businesses to get their IT budget in check with inflation on the fence

As budgets increase, so does the complexity of the work that CIOs are tasked with. In a recent survey of 2,203 CIOs from 81 countries, Gartner found that IT budgets are set to increase by 5.1% globally in 2023. Most of the surveyed CIOs stressed the importance of investing in operational excellence and customer experience, and they plan to continue increasing investment in cyber security, business intelligence/data analytics, and cloud platforms.

First step to reverse brain drain: Hong Kong unveils "talent trawl" to woo overseas talent

Hong Kong's Chief Executive John Lee announced his first annual policy address on October 19, revealing a series of measures to woo top foreign talent to reverse brain drain and regain the city's status as a global financial center. The new two-year scheme will allow high-salaried talent earning more than $318,000 and top university graduates to seek opportunities. In addition, tax rebates and more flexible policies have been announced for expats.

How to navigate regulatory uncertainty in financial institutions

As financial institutions continue to grapple with the chaotic regulatory environment, they must rethink their approaches. Change management is a crucial area to focus on when building an agile organization that can adapt quickly to changing regulatory and market conditions. To maintain high standards of safety, quality, and compliance, adopting modern risk management technologies can help streamline workflows, share data more efficiently, and facilitate collaboration across organizations.

cybersecurity

90% of security leaders think their organization is not at the top of its game when it comes to addressing cybersecurity risks. Responding to the mass challenge of tech talent shortage, 45% of IT executives depend on their current staff to handle more security responsibilities. In comparison, 45% use automation technologies, and 42% outsource security operations. IT executives are planning to invest more in filling the cybersecurity talent gap and offering security awareness training for all staff.

洞察

A Conversation with the Head of The Olympian Academy, A Global Talent Accelerator

With many organizations scrambling to find the right talent with technical and professional skills, The Olympian Academy is stepping in to help narrow the talent gap. Here, we sat down our Head of The Olympian academy for his perspective on the current state of the global talent and technology landscape and where we're headed next.
Read More

Women in Tech: Interconnecting Design and Technology

Our avid graphic designer and brand visual creator, Stacy Po, talks about her career change in the tech industry and the essential factors to look out for in design. If you are trying to make a career change, we hope our story can inspire you to take the leap out of your comfort zone and into your dream job.
Read More

Conversational Insight: Embarking on a Career Change in IT

Entering the IT workforce as a novice may not be easy, but it can surely be reached with set determination and passion, visions, and goals. Here, ITCS Group dives into a perspective of a former Science and English teacher, Aidan Fournier, who is making her way into the world of web development.
Read More

Women in Tech: Empowering Designers in IT

In the first part of this series, we are thrilled to introduce Charlotte Boisdequin, our passionate graphic and web designer. Born and raised in Belgium, she is currently based in our Japan office – her exposure to multicultural experiences has brought an intriguing aspect and flair to our organization.
Read More

洞察

A Conversation with the Head of The Olympian Academy, A Global Talent Accelerator

With many organizations scrambling to find the right talent with technical and professional skills, The Olympian Academy is stepping in to help narrow the talent gap. Here, we sat down our Head of The Olympian academy for his perspective on the current state of the global talent and technology landscape and where we're headed next.
Read More

Women in Tech: Interconnecting Design and Technology

Our avid graphic designer and brand visual creator, Stacy Po, talks about her career change in the tech industry and the essential factors to look out for in design. If you are trying to make a career change, we hope our story can inspire you to take the leap out of your comfort zone and into your dream job.
Read More

Conversational Insight: Embarking on a Career Change in IT

Entering the IT workforce as a novice may not be easy, but it can surely be reached with set determination and passion, visions, and goals. Here, ITCS Group dives into a perspective of a former Science and English teacher, Aidan Fournier, who is making her way into the world of web development.
Read More

Women in Tech: Empowering Designers in IT

In the first part of this series, we are thrilled to introduce Charlotte Boisdequin, our passionate graphic and web designer. Born and raised in Belgium, she is currently based in our Japan office – her exposure to multicultural experiences has brought an intriguing aspect and flair to our organization.
Read More

洞察

A Conversation with the Head of The Olympian Academy, A Global Talent Accelerator

With many organizations scrambling to find the right talent with technical and professional skills, The Olympian Academy is stepping in to help narrow the talent gap. Here, we sat down our Head of The Olympian academy for his perspective on the current state of the global talent and technology landscape and where we're headed next.
Read More

Women in Tech: Interconnecting Design and Technology

Our avid graphic designer and brand visual creator, Stacy Po, talks about her career change in the tech industry and the essential factors to look out for in design. If you are trying to make a career change, we hope our story can inspire you to take the leap out of your comfort zone and into your dream job.
Read More

Conversational Insight: Embarking on a Career Change in IT

Entering the IT workforce as a novice may not be easy, but it can surely be reached with set determination and passion, visions, and goals. Here, ITCS Group dives into a perspective of a former Science and English teacher, Aidan Fournier, who is making her way into the world of web development.
Read More

Women in Tech: Empowering Designers in IT

In the first part of this series, we are thrilled to introduce Charlotte Boisdequin, our passionate graphic and web designer. Born and raised in Belgium, she is currently based in our Japan office – her exposure to multicultural experiences has brought an intriguing aspect and flair to our organization.
Read More

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了解我们的新闻和洞察。 订阅 ITCS Group 每月市场更新,紧跟新趋势、创新思维和观点。