This IDC study discusses the factors that will have the biggest impact on the ICT market across Malaysia in 2013. IDC sees the theme of Hyper-Competing for Growth, Speed, and Economics to be pivotal in encapsulating the trends that are and will continue to affect organizations in Malaysia in the coming years.
"Hyper-competing is not a buzzword; it is the current reality for organizations looking to capitalize on a confluence of factors that is shaping the industries and nations. With 2013 dawning, Malaysia is expected to be a US$10 billion IT economy. The conceptual plans set forth via the Digital Malaysia Masterplan intersect with a crossroads of IDC four pillars of cloud, Big Data, social, and mobility. While the perfect storm is brewing, the opportunities are not far yonder. There are shifting fundamentals shaping the success and growth that will also function as pivots for the IT industry," says Roger Ling, research manager, Southeast Asia Services Research Group, IDC Asia/Pacific.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
In This Study
Hyper-Competition, a Confluence of Factors
Prediction #1: IT Spending: The Temporal Slowdown Will Creep in, But Hyper-Competition Will Intensify in a US$10 billion IT Economy
Predictions #2: Telecommunications Spending Will Begin with a Rebound that Will Lead to Growth
Prediction #3: Cloud Uptake Will Remain Lethargic, But Market Perception of the New Normal Will Provide Building Blocks for Enterprise Cloud Adoption
Prediction #4: Big Data Will Be about Building Business Use Cases
Prediction #5: Social Business Will Become a Fragmented Reality
Prediction #6: Mobility: The Journey from Striving to Thriving Will Continue
Prediction #7: Bigger Cracks Will Emerge between Supply and Demand for Skilled Local ICT Workers that Constrict Ongoing Technology Adoption, Competitiveness, and Innovation in 2013
Prediction #8: Innovation Hunger Will Drive M2M Deeper into Market
Prediction #9: 7-Inch Tablet Will Conquer in 2013, But Enterprise Adoption of Tablets Remains Obscure
Prediction #10: Governance Issues Will Take Center Stage
Implications for CIOs
Implications for Lines of Business
Implications for Vendors
Figure: Hyper-Competing in Malaysia
Malaysia ICT 2013 Top 10 Predictions: Hyper-Competing for Growth, Speed, and Economics published by IDC in December 10, 2012. This report consists of Pages: 23 and the price starts from US $ 3500.
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