I have launched the second newsletter last week to my mailing list. For this issue, I focus on my thoughts on why some Asian corporations don’t get it when it comes to technology development and integration. As I have made it clear that I place original content for my newsletter, I am not going to republish it here. However, if you want to learn more, you can always subscribe to my mailing list to hear my latest analysis. Of course, my official policy is not to spam but to share analyses and thoughts on business and technology in Asia as a whole.
Heres’s a short excerpt:
“In the past few months, we are treated with a lot of major moves in the technology industry with Google’s acquisition of Nest and Facebook gaining both Whatsapp and Oculus Rift. Just this week, we heard about the rumours of Apple acquiring Beats for US$3.2B (reported first by Financial Times) and the enthusiasm of Wall Street towards the upcoming Alibaba IPO. While we are waiting for the next disruption since the smartphone from the iPhone in 2007, all eyes will be on the wearables category.
It made me reflect on a couple of things working in the technology sector as a technology executive in a traditional industry. I want to talk about one of them, that is the danger of Asian companies which do not understand technology development and integration….”