5 Insights to Help Organisations Build Scalable AI – An ASEAN View

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Data & AI initiatives are firmly at the core of any organisation’s tech-led transformation efforts. Businesses today realise the value of real-time data insights to deliver the agility that is required to succeed in today’s competitive, and often volatile, market.

But organisations continue to struggle with their data & AI initiatives for a variety of reasons. Organisations in ASEAN report some common challenges in implementing successful data & AI initiatives.

Here are 5 insights to build scalable AI.

  1. Data Access a Key Stumbling Block. Many organisations find that they no longer need to rely on centralised data repositories.
  2. Organisations Need Data Creativity. A true data-first organisation derives value from their data & AI investments across the entire organisation, cross-leveraging data.
  3. Governance Not Built into Organisational Psyche. A data-first organisation needs all employees to have a data-driven mindset. This can only be driven by clear guidelines that are laid out early on and adhered to by data generators, managers, and consumers.
  4. Lack of End-to-End Data Lifecycle Management. It is critical to have observability, intelligence, and automation built into the entire data lifecycle.
  5. Democratisation of Data & AI Should Be the Goal. The true value of data & AI solutions will be fully realised when the people who benefit from the solutions are the ones managing the solutions and running the queries that will help them deliver better value to the business.

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CIO & CSO: a Sustainable Partnership

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CIO & CSO: a Sustainable Partnership

Climate change is the biggest foundational shift that we must deal with as a planet and people.

The UN-Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26) has firmly put environmental consciousness as a leading global priority. The last two years has given many organisations the opportunity to do a hard reset, in terms of doing something more meaningful with their sustainability objectives. A focus on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) parameters is becoming increasingly mainstream, and Net Zero commitments have taken centre stage across all industries. However, to achieve our climate goals by 2050, a lot more needs to be done. With the ‘Net Zero Intent’ gaining traction, many organisations are struggling with challenges around the practicability, regulatory support, and holistic decarbonisation programs across the value chain. This holds true for all industries but specifically felt in the ‘real economies’.

Technology in the form of networking, data centres and computing devices consume an estimated 10% of the world’s electricity.

At the same time, technology drives modern businesses and also enables organisations to measure, store, and understand the data around sustainability and create meaningful objectives and measurements for success.

When it comes to sustainability and decarbonisation, the CIO, is the perfect ally to the CSO as they partner to identify areas for improvement and execute on an organisations sustainability initiatives.

I would like to personally invite you to become a founding member of Ecosystm’s Sustainable Leaders ThinkTank to drive the direction towards sustainable innovation and to establish a decarbonisation pathway for the ‘real economy’ sectors. We look forward to you welcoming you as an advisor and participant of a quarterly invitation-only ThinkTank Forum where we will hear how organisations in Singapore are executing on their sustainability initiatives, and the role technology is playing.

How the CSO and CIO can create an alliance that empowers organisations to meet their ESG goals.

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5 Key Insights to Shape Your Cloud Strategy – An ASEAN View

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Digital transformation has been a key company objective over the last two years – and more than a third of enterprises in ASEAN have it as their key business priority in 2022-23. They are aiming to be agile and digital organisations – with access to real-time data insights at their core. 

Businesses have learned that their technology systems need to be scalable, accessible, easy to manage, fast to deploy and cost effective. Cloud infrastructure, platforms and software has become key enablers of business agility and innovation.

But the expansion of cloud applications has also seen an infrastructure and applications sprawl – which makes it essential for organisation to re-evaluate their cloud strategy. 

Here are 5 insights that will help you shape your Cloud Strategy.

  • Technology Change Management. Your cloud strategy must define the infrastructure and data architecture, security and resiliency measures, the technology environment management model, and IT operations.   
  • Building Scalable Enterprises. Focus on seamless access to all organisational data, irrespective of where they are generated (enterprise systems, IoT devices or AI solutions) and where they are stored (public cloud, on-premises, Edge, or co-location facilities).
  • A Hybrid Multicloud Environment. For a successful hybrid multi cloud environment, keep a firm eye on hybrid cloud management, a suitable FinOps framework that balances performance and cost, and integration.
  • A Technology-Neutral Approach. Partnering with a technology-neutral cloud services provider that leverages the entire tech ecosystem, will be critical.
  • “Hybrid Cloud” Can Mean Many Things. Work with a cloud services partner, that has broad and deep capabilities across multiple hyperscalers and is able to address the unique requirements of your organisation.

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Executive ThinkTank: Being Business Ready: Leading Your Business In A Hybrid Work Environment

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Executive ThinkTank: Being Business Ready: Leading Your Business In A Hybrid Work Environment

The last couple of years have demonstrated the resilience across people and businesses to rapidly evolve in order to meet the headwinds.

It has changed the face of talent and we have seen remote work can actually improve productivity, create a better work-life balance, and bring a host of other benefits. However, there are also significant challenges. This has created a paradox for employers: employees want more flexible remote work options with full access to corporate resources, but they also want more in-person collaboration and interaction.

The ongoing Ecosystm Voice of the Employee study finds that:

  • Today, 68% work either entirely from home or in a hybrid set-up
  • 47% consider spending time with family a key benefit of remote work; and yet the same proportion of employees is challenged by distractions when working from home
  • Nearly 40% of employees want to conduct in-person brainstorming and planning sessions; while 43% are comfortable with audio and videoconferencing sessions.

As more companies start to return to the office, the need for a hybrid approach is the logical solution. It offers flexibility, but also a competitive advantage in attracting and retaining talent.

Senior Leaders from Kyndryl and Microsoft will discuss how to create a seamless hybrid workplace. Topics will include:

  • How can organisations measure and improve employee experience across hybrid work environments?
  • Putting user experience at the core of your business by simplifying and integrating platforms and applications
  • Using a data-driven approach to simplify business processes and workflows
  • Preventing issues before they occur by using AI and self-healing technology

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