GUEST OPINION Whenever a new form of technology emerges in society, there are always those who find ways to exploit it for their own gain. While the early phone hackers of the 1970s may pale in comparison to modern cyber-attacks, the fact remains that as technology develops, so too does the fresh opportunity for crime.
There are currently more than 70 million displaced people around the world. Almost half of them are working age and yet most are shut out of formal economies, denied the right to work where they are and restricted in competing for overseas roles. This is a global humanitarian crisis - reason enough to act.
The APAC market diverges when it comes to analytical maturity, key industries and business drivers, but one thing's for sure; everyone benefits from increased access to actionable insights. SAS executive Deepak Ramanathan spoke with iTWire about the region, as well as the increasing effect of coronavirus.
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