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Saturday, June 02, 2018

Top 3 industries for #IoT investment

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Friday, June 01, 2018

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IDC Indonesia Unveils the Top Ten Predictions of Digital Transformation and Technologies that Impact Local Enterprises in 2018 and Beyond

IDC Indonesia Unveils the Top Ten Predictions of Digital Transformation and Technologies that Impact Local Enterprises in 2018 and Beyond

Jakarta, 8th February 2018 – IDC announced today its top ten technology predictions for 2018 and beyond at the IDC Indonesia FutureScape event held at Westin Hotel, Jakarta. The event highlighted the key technology predictions that enable Indonesian enterprises to strengthen their digital strategies as the nation aims to become the largest digital economy in Southeast Asia with market valuation worth US$ 130 Billion in 2020.
IDC urge enterprises to scale up and accelerate innovation as digital transformation (DX) attains macroeconomic scale in Indonesia. Despite the continuous initiatives from the local government to support the development of digital economy such as 1000 Technopreneurs and the eCommerce Road Map, the lack of infrastructure and limited DX talent pool remain as the challenge for DX acceleration among the local enterprises.
Speaking at the event, Mevira Munindra, Head of Consulting IDC Indonesia said “There are only 8% of local enterprises that have embarked on DX journey and experienced the full benefit of DX. Enterprises in Indonesia are still at the stage of exploring for potential technologies and business models. Business leaders must understand that in order to lead in the DX economy, enterprises must become digitally-native. Enterprises should leverage on emerging technologies and rapidly integrate them into their organization’s strategy as they evolve.”
“Indonesia has shown an incredible progress in the overall digital ecosystem and we see more local organizations are becoming digitally-capable. The innovation intensity is increasing, so we expect more organizations to place digital transformation (DX) as a core strategy to their business. Business leaders should embrace technologies so that they don’t miss out clear opportunities with the rise of new digital transformation economy,” said Sudev Bangah, Managing Director IDC ASEAN.
The ICT Spending in Indonesia is expected to reach IDR 443 Trillion in 2018. IDC revealed the key technologies for 2018 and beyond required for business leaders to make strategic decisions and stay ahead in an ever-changing digital ecosystem.
Mevira Munindra and IDC Indonesia research analysts revealed the top technology predictions for 2018 and beyond that will make the biggest impact to organizations within the country.
#1 Digital economy tipping point ― By 2021, at least 40% of Indonesia GDP will be digitalized, with growth in every industry driven by digitally-enhanced offerings, operations and relationships; by 2021, investors will use platform/ecosystem, data value, and customer engagement metrics as valuation factors for all enterprises.
#2 DX Platforms ― By 2021, 20% of all enterprises will have fully articulated an organization-wide digital transformation (DX) platform strategy and will be in the process of implementing that strategy as the new IT core for competing in the digital economy.
#3 Cloud 2.0: Distributed and Specialized ― By 2021, enterprises' spending on cloud services and cloud-enabling hardware, software and services will reach US$266 million, leveraging the diversifying cloud environment that is 10% at the edge, over 15% specialized (non-x86) compute, and 30% multicloud.
#4 AI everywhere ― By 2021, 10% of digital transformation initiatives will use artificial intelligence (AI) services; by 2021, 20% of commercial enterprise apps will use AI, over 30% of consumers will interact with customer support bots, and over 5% of new industrial robots will leverage AI.
#5 Hyperagile apps ― By 2021, enterprise apps will shift toward hyper-agile architectures, with 15% of application development on cloud platforms (PaaS) using microservices and cloud functions (e.g., AWS Lambda, Azure Functions), and over 25% of new microservices deployed in containers (e.g., Docker).
#6 HD interfaces ― By 2021, human-digital (HD) interfaces will diversify, as 10% of field-service techs and over 10% of infoworkers use 30% of new mobile apps use voice as a primary interface and 5% of consumer-facing Indonesian enterprises use biometric sensors to augmented reality, nearly personalize experiences.
#7 Blockchain and digital trust ― By 2021, at least 10% of the Indonesian enterprises will use blockchain services as a foundation for digital trust at scale; by 2020, 20% of banks and 20% of supply-chain organizations will use blockchain networks in production.
#8 Everyone a data provider ― By 2020, 15% of Indonesian enterprises will generate revenue from data-as-a-service ― from the sale of raw data, derived metrics, insights, and recommendations ― up from nearly 2% in 2017.
#9 Everyone a developer ― Improvements in simple ("low-/no-code") development tools will dramatically expand the number of non-tech developers over the next 36 months; by 2021, these nontraditional developers will build 10% of business applications and 20% of new application features (50% by 2027).
#10 Open API ecosystems ― By 2021, more than half of the Indonesian enterprises will see an average of 20% of their digital services interactions come through their open API ecosystems, up from 5% in 2017 ― amplifying their digital reach far beyond their own customer interactions.
The IDC Indonesia FutureScape 2018 predictions primarily focus on the four pillar technology areas; Cloud, Mobility, Social and Big Data and analytics as well as six innovation accelerators; Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR), Cognitive/AI System, Next-Gen Security, Internet of Things (IoT), 3D Printing and Robotics.
For queries about IDC FutureScape, contact Mevira Munindra at mmunindra@idc.com. For media inquiries, please contact Stephanie Siahaan at ssiahaan@idc.com.
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About IDC FutureScapes
IDC FutureScapes are used to shape IT strategy and planning for the enterprise by providing a basic framework for evaluating IT initiatives in terms of their value to business strategy now and in the foreseeable future. IDC's FutureScapes are comprised of a set of decision imperatives designed to identify a range of pending issues that CIOs and senior technology professionals will confront within the typical 3-year business planning cycle.
About IDC
International Data Corporation (IDC) is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology, telecommunications, and consumer technology markets. With more than 1,100 analysts worldwide, IDC offers global, regional, and local expertise on technology and industry opportunities and trends in over 110 countries. IDC's analysis and insight helps IT professionals, business executives, and the investment community to make fact-based technology decisions and to achieve their key business objectives. Founded in 1964, IDC is a subsidiary of IDG, the world's leading technology media, research, and events company. To learn more about IDC, please visit www.idc.com. Follow IDC on Twitter at @IDC
source: https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prAP43564418

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Internet Trends 2018 by Mary Meeker


Here’s Mary Meeker’s essential 2018 Internet Trends report

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Want to understand all the most important tech stats and trends? Legendary venture capitalist Mary Meeker  has just releasedthe 2018 version of her famous Internet Trends report. It covers everything from mobile to commerce to the competition between tech giants. Check out the full report below, and we’ll add some highlights soon. Then come back for our slide-by-slide analysis of the most important parts of the 294 page report.
  • Internet adoption: As of 2018, half the world population, or about 3.6 billion people, will be on the internet. That’s thanks in large part to cheaper Android phones and Wifi becoming more available, though individual services will have a tougher time adding new users as the web hits saturation.
  • Mobile usage: While smartphone shipments are flat and internet user growth is slowing, U.S. adults are spending more time online thanks to mobile, clocking 5.9 hours per day in 2017 versus 5.6 hours in 2016.
  • Mobile ads: People are shifting their time to mobile faster than ad dollars are following, creating a $7 billion mobile ad opportunity, though platforms are increasingly responsible for providing safe content to host those ads.
  • Crypto: Interest in cryptocurrency is exploding as Coinbase’s user count has nearly quadrupled since January 2017
  • Voice: Voice technology is at an inflection point due to speech recognition hitting 95% accuracy and the sales explosion for Amazon Echo which went from over 10 million to over 30 million sold in total by the end of 2017.
  • Daily usage – Revenue gains for services like Facebook are tightly coupled with daily user growth, showing how profitable it is to become a regular habit.
  • Tech investment: We’re at an all-time high for public and private investment in technology, while the top six public R&D + capex spenders are all technology companies.
Mary Meeker, analyst with Morgan Stanley, speaks during the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010. This year’s conference, which runs through Nov. 17, is titled “Points of Control: The Battle for the Network Economy.” Photographer: Tony Avelar/Bloomberg via Getty Images
  • Ecommerce vs Brick & Mortar: Ecommerce growth quickens as now 13% of all retail purchases happen online and parcel shipments are rising swiftly, signaling big opportunities for new shopping apps.
  • Amazon: More people start product searches on Amazon than search engines now, but Jeff Bezos still relies on other surfaces like Facebook and YouTube to inspire people to want things.
  • Subscription services: They’re seeing massive adoption, with Netflix up 25%, The New York Times up 43%, and Spotify up 48% year-over-year in 2017. A free tier accelerates conversion rates.
  • Education: Employees seek retraining and education from YouTube and online courses to keep up with new job requirements and pay off skyrocketing student loan debt.
  • Freelancing: Employees crave scheduling and work-from-home flexibility, and internet discovery of freelance work led it to grow 3X faster than total workforce growth. The on-demand workforce grew 23% in 2017 driven by Uber, Airbnb, Etsy, Upwork, and Doordash.
  • Transportation: People are buying fewer cars, keeping them longer, and shifting transportation spend to rideshare, which saw rides double in 2017.
  • Enterprise: Consumerization of the enterprise through better interfaces is spurring growth for companies like Dropbox and Slack.
  • China: Alibaba is expanding beyond China with strong gross merchandise volume, though Amazon still rules in revenue.
  • Privacy: China has a big opportunity as users there are much more willing to trade their personal data for product benefits than U.S. users, and China is claiming more spots on the top 20 internet company list while making big investments in AI.
  • Immigration: It is critical to a strong economy, as 56% of top U.S. companies were founded by a first- or second-generation immigrant.

source:https://techcrunch.com/2018/05/30/internet-trends-2018/

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Tuesday, May 29, 2018

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Sunday, May 27, 2018

ManageEngine Community Indonesia

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