Category: Tech

USCBC 2016 Membership Survey: The Business Environment in China

The US-China Business Council has released the key findings of its 2016 annual member survey. For the past 11 years, USCBC has polled its members on their business performance in China and their priority issues.

/ August 29, 2016

Cybersecurity best practices for the traveling executive: A Q&A with Crumpton Group’s Rick Doten

Rick Doten, Chief of Cyber and Information Security at the Crumpton Group, answers questions about cybersecurity best practices for executives traveling to China. Doten states that executives must be aware that all communications will be monitored when they are in...

/ August 29, 2016

How do China’s Information Security Laws Affect You?

The China Certification of Information Security (CCIS) mark is required for all information security products used by the Chinese state agencies, and is voluntary for other information security products. China Compulsory Certification, or CCC, is required for many international products...

/ August 26, 2016

Welcoming our Chatbot Overlords: Why the world needs to look to China, not the US, for innovation in this sector

“Chatbot” should be a candidate for word of the year. Western businesses are already preparing their customer service protocols, but it’s China and the Chinese consumers that are responsible for the rise of this technology.

/ August 1, 2016

Missing the Mark: The Importance of Trademark Registration in China

Apple has recently lost a few IP infringement cases in China. Earlier this month, there was a case involving the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Intellectual Properties’ suspension of the sale of all models in Apple’s iPhone 6 series due to...

/ July 27, 2016

HealthTech VC Funding Quadrupled in Four Years to $4.5 Billion; Crowdfunding on the Rise

Healthcare delivery is poised for a radical change. The unparalleled ability to collect, mine, and analyse health data; the increasing sophistication of bio-sensors; and the exponential rise in the use of smartphones provide opportunities to reconsider how to efficiently provide...

/ July 25, 2016

Industry 4.0 will disrupt existing markets and usher in change

The fourth industrial revolution is the move toward advanced industrial devices, systems and services that will deliver less costly, more efficient use of assets and increase business value. These outcomes are achieved by analyzing data to improve decision making about...

/ July 8, 2016

China, U.S. Talk Norms in Cyberspace – What Do They Mean?

Experts from China and the United States recently met in Washington in the first formal sessions of the Senior Experts Group on International Norms and Related Issues and had ‘”positive, in-depth and constructive” discussions regarding state behavior in cyberspace, as...

/ June 10, 2016

Internet Censorship and China’s New Online Publication Law

China’s new Online Publishing Service Administrative Rules became effective on March 10, 2016. The law, which aims to “regulate the criteria of and promote the healthy development of internet publishing services”, has already restricted the online activity of several Western...

/ June 3, 2016

China’s Ecommerce: Choosing the right third party

With Ecommerce exploding across China, businesses from around the world are flocking to the fray. Access to this tremendous market is complicated by the need to choose a third-party agency that offers international companies that don’t have a physical presence...

/ May 27, 2016