AWS Executive Insights: Taiwan
As new technologies and emerging competitors disrupt established industries, leaders across Taiwan are transforming their organizations with cloud computing to deliver business value and impact to their customers. Accelerate your own transformation with these best practices, lessons, and transformative ideas from leaders like you who are using AWS to create new forms of business value.
Conversations with Leaders
We interviewed innovative leaders to explore how they are using technology and the cloud to deliver business growth and outcomes faster.
Part of the AWS Executive Insights: Conversations with Leaders series, where we explore topics such as cultivating next level leaders, dealing with failure, keeping up with the ever increasing pace of technology, and staying inspired.
"We usually open up nodes in AWS Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore regions, because only cloud computing can easily realize the decentralization of blockchains."
—Chih-Yang Liu, Chief Architect of OwlTing
"Working with AWS is like standing on the shoulders of giants, we get to deploy our video streaming services to the whole world against our seasoned competitors."
—Eric Tsai, President of KKStream
Ebooks, articles and more
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