Blockchain, Bitcoin, and digital currency are no longer just for crypto-fanatics anymore, these technologies are as mainstream as ever.
After an unprecedented and challenging 2020, the world has its eyes set on 2021 to bring a silver lining of hope and recovery.
COVID-19 has changed everything and how we engage in the digital world has transformed tremendously. A One-solution-for-all approach is no longer applicable for preventing sophisticated fraudsters.
The event industry has been pulling different play strategies to innovate during this period by leveraging on the nation's strong digital infrastructure to help its customers quickly.
2020 while tough for businesses globally, was also monumental in driving change and resilience across the board.
As the countries starts rolling out for COVID vaccines, the world sees the light at the end of the tunnel.
As stay-at-home orders and country-wide lockdowns start to ease across Asia, people are more excited than ever to connect during the holiday season and undoubtedly.
As globalization has made us all more connected and open to diversity, it has also acted as a rude awakening for many companies.
In the second season of Innotopia Podcast Series, we explore how companies are innovating in the digital economy and more importantly how they’re navigating the new normal.
Due to the COVID-19 lockdown, more consumers have been shopping online, leading to the rise of e-commerce.
The lead up to the holiday season is a good time to consider how merchants can capture cross-border opportunities and how they can capitalize on the boost to online shopping in different markets.
The impact of COVID-19 continues to rattle small and local businesses. While the economy is on its road to recovery.
By Nath Parameshwaran, Director, Corporate Affairs “However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at.
Democratizing trade & digital transformation of Indian MSMEs to access the global opportunity There has always been a distinct trend towards digital payments.
Jayanthi Vaidyanathan, Senior Director and Head - HR, PayPal India "Technologies like AI and ML have played a massive role in developing HRM programmes for organisations.
The coronavirus pandemic will permanently change consumer behavior in favor of digital in India, as it has done globally.
It is no longer a question of if you get attacked, but when you get attacked. As the region emerges from the COVID-19-inflicted lockdown and eases into recovery.
Artificial intelligence and its applications have made a significant Artificial intelligence and its applications have made a significant impact on nearly every industry. Defined as a technique enabling machines to mimic human behaviour.
Earth Day is one of those occasions that draws our attention to the issues we face in building a sustainable environment and compels us to think of means to tackle them.