At an exclusive briefing today, Dell Technologies revealed their DT Index findings for Malaysia, with a very sobering picture of an uphill struggle for the digital transformation of Malaysian businesses going forward.
What Is The Dell DT Index?
The DT Index is short for the Dell Technologies Digital Transformation Index. Conducted by independent research company, Vanson Bourne, and in collaboration with Intel, the DT Index maps the digital transformation progress of mid- to large-sized companies, and looks at the confidence of their leaders in digitally transforming their companies.
The DT Index’s calculations are based on the surveyed companies’ perceived performance in the following areas :
- delivering against the core attributes of a digital business
- their existing IT strategy
- their workforce transformation strategy
- their planned investments
The 2018 Dell DT Index For Malaysia Briefing
KT Ong, Country Manager of Dell EMC Malaysia, gave us the key findings of the 2018 Dell DT Index for Malaysia.
Here are the 2018 Dell DT Index’s key findings
- Only 21% of Malaysian businesses have a clear digital plan and strategy in place; a mere 3% are Digital Leaders
- One in two Malaysian businesses (51%) are worried they’ll struggle to meet changing customer demands; fear their organisation will get left behind (48%) – all within five years
- A large percentage (41%) have very few digital investments, with a further 10% lacking a digital plan completely.
- Business leaders identify lack of budget and resources as the biggest barrier to digital transformation
It’s not all bad news though. Malaysian businesses in the study plan to invest in many digital technologies over the next one to three years :[adrotate group=”2″]
- 56% intend to invest in cybersecurity
- 50% intend to invest in IoT technologies
- 39% intend to invest in multi-cloud
- 35% intend to invest in Artificial Intelligence
- 33% intend to invest in a compute-centric approach to datacenter design and workload enablement / optimisation
In short – while businesses in Malaysia have been slow in digitally transforming themselves, they see a need for that and will be investing to do more in the near future.
- Dell Showcases New 2018 Inspiron 5000 + 7000 Laptops!
- The Dell S2719DM Ultra-Thin FreeSync HDR Monitor Review
- The 2018 Dell Precision 3000 Series Workstations Revealed!
- Why Dell Precision Is World’s Preferred Workstation!
- The Alienware Wireless Gaming Headset Revealed!
- The Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse Revealed!
- The Complete 2018 Dell Commercial PC Portfolio Revealed!
Go Back To > Enterprise + Business | Home
Support Tech ARP!