IBM spin-off Kyndryl seeks to boost investment in its IT business, S'pore workforce

Managing director of Kyndryl Singapore Gina Wong believes that as an independent company, Kyndryl will have greater freedom to partner with all the major technology companies and cloud hyperscalers in growth markets. PHOTO: KYNDRYL
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SINGAPORE - Information technology (IT) infrastructure may sound bland and businesslike, but a hospital's computer network is a lifesaver.

When Covid-19 struck last year, Singapore's health tech agency - Integrated Health Information Systems - teamed up with the National Centre for Infectious Diseases to set up screening centres.

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