Author: Microsoft Asia News Center

The year of empowerment

By Lisa Halim, General Manager, Dynamics, Microsoft Asia Pacific As we embrace an increasingly customer-centric society, we’re seeing customer interaction and conversations extend beyond the sole responsibility of customer service representatives. What I mean by this is that the power to impress and engage customers is going through the ranks … Read more »

The future of marketing is now

By Justin Spelhaug, General Manager, Marketing & Operations, Microsoft Asia Pacific Technology is changing the world at exponential speed. What took 70 years to adopt new innovations is now taking seven years (or less), and this timeframe continues to compress further. Imagine this – 90% of the world’s data was … Read more »

Infographic: Asia Pacific malware threat landscape

As cyberthreats continue to evolve across Asia Pacific, solid cybersecurity intelligence and good cyber-hygiene practices will play an increasing critical role in enabling individuals and organizations to safeguard themselves. Using data from the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report v21, the following infographic provides you an overview of the top malware threats … Read more »

Dining redefined with data at Nando’s Malaysia

In this instalment of the Data Culture Champions in Asia, we take a look at how Andre Chan, IT Director of Nando’s Malaysia, is transforming one of the leading casual dining chains by taking a data-first approach. Walk into a Nando’s restaurant and you will be enticed by the smell … Read more »

Future of the patient journey in Asia

By Gabe Rijpma, Senior Director Health & Social Services, Microsoft Asia By 2020, a million new devices will be online every single hour[1]. These devices comprise not just consumer devices like mobile phones and tablets but also devices such as sensors and intelligent buildings that are connected online. Additionally, in … Read more »

Oyanagi Construction and Microsoft Japan partner on “Holostruction” project using Microsoft HoloLens

Leveraging new technology to improve construction industry inspection efficiency and project traceability Oyanagi Construction Co., Ltd. and Microsoft Japan have partnered on Holostruction, a project that will make use of Microsoft HoloLens, the world’s first self-contained Windows 10-powered holographic computer. Oyanagi Construction is working with Microsoft Japan to develop concept … Read more »