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Social, mobile, analytics, and cloud: IT challenges in Asean nations

An increasingly tech-savvy Asean population, especially among the younger, more urban demographics, is driving IT teams to look at challenges in a new way so they can keep up with the demand.

Changes will have to be made to how IT approaches all things social, mobile, analytics and cloud (known collectively as SMAC). IT goals should be oriented towards smarter products, faster deployments, better testing, automation and more.

In this e-zine, explore the challenges facing IT in Asean nations and markets. Find out how some companies are already speeding up product launches, adapting to the modern startup ecosystem, and creating new data center designs.

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