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Disruption and Digitalisation

Empower the workforce to drive innovation

The global embrace of remote work has reset expectations, choices and cultures.
Dell invests $66 million in Singapore in Innovation Hub, the first of its kind outside US - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Innovation

Dell invests $66 million in Singapore in Innovation Hub, the first of its kind outside US

Dell has invested into a $50 million Global Innovation Hub in Singapore, with $23 million in this year alone.
Canon pushes toward paper-less society with DMS - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tech

Canon pushes toward paper-less society with DMS

Will we ever see a future without paper? Printing giant Canon thinks not totally. Find out why in our interview with them.
Thales: Building a post-Covid-19 future we can all trust - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Positioning for the recovery

Thales: Building a post-Covid-19 future we can all trust

Find out how Thales is intending to use technology to improve a world after Covid-19.
ESG launches inaugural SEA Open Innovation Challenge at SWITCH 2020 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

SFF x SWITCH 2020

ESG launches inaugural SEA Open Innovation Challenge at SWITCH 2020

This SEA OIC will allow startups and SMEs to get the opportunity to work on wide-ranging challenge statements in Southeast Asia.
Oceanus reverses losses to earnings of $1.9 mil for 3Q on higher revenue - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Results

Oceanus reverses losses to earnings of $1.9 mil for 3Q on higher revenue

Earnings for the 9MFY2020 stood at RMB4.7 million from the RMB4.5 million loss reported in 9MFY2019.

Tech

Singapore FinTech Festival x SWITCH 2020 to feature digital and physical experiences over week-long event

The Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF) x Singapore Week of Innovation & TeCHnology (SWITCH) will expand to become the world’s first week-long round-the-clock, hybrid digital and physical event.

Tech

Micron sidesteps Covid-19 challenges

“Something that has always happened when these great, massive dislocations take place is that you end up seeing innovation coming out of them,” says Micron’s executive vice-president of global operations Manish Bhatia, referring to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Where Clayton Christensen taught what others could not

“Why do so many great companies fail?” Professor Christensen asked during one of his doctoral seminars.
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