Author: Digital News Asia
Western Digital (WD) has introduced My Passport Enterprise, a portable hard drive designed specifically for use with Microsoft Corporations’ Windows To Go.
Citrix has announced XenMobile MDM, an enterprise mobile device management solution which it claimed gives users device choice while also enabling IT to meet its management and compliance requirements.
At the upcoming IDC Enterprise Mobility Conference, IDC Asia/Pacific will share its perspective on how organizations should leverage mobility to achieve their goals, what the best practices in the marketplace are and how organizations should build and approach their mobility strategy.
Frozen yoghurt retailer Moo Cow International Sdn Bhd has chosen Chopink, a cardless loyalty system developed by Werebits Sdn Bhd, to be integrated with its point-of-sale (POS) system.
iCar Asia said it has secured a RM42.2-million (US$13.5-million) strategic investment from Australia’s carsales.com Ltd for its local automotive classifieds site Carlist.my, calling it the largest online deal in Asean this year.
Trend Micro Inc has found that mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, are fast becoming ‘valid platforms’ to launch phishing attacks.
Alcatel-Lucent and Malaysian engineering, procurement and construction company CMC Engineering will deliver an advanced communication system for a new light rail transport (LRT) network extension of the Kelana Jaya line.
Maxis has refreshed its existing Home Wireless Internet offering with a new 21Mbps Home Wi-Fi modem.
Universiti Malaysia Pahang’s homegrown knowledge-based integrated education management system has been sold to Universitas Teknologi Yogyarkarta, while a second deal with another university in Indonesia is being finalized.
Disk-based data protection company FalconStor Software Inc has appointed Ingram Micro Asia as its distributor in the Singapore and Indochina markets.