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Oracle boosts its data integration portfolio
Oracle Corporation has unveiled Oracle Data Integrator 12c and Oracle GoldenGate 12c, the latest major updates to its data integration portfolio.
HP’s new ‘consumer-inspired’ infrastructure management tool
HP has unveiled HP OneView, which it described as a ‘consumer-inspired’ infrastructure management platform for its Converged Infrastructure that simplifies the most basic steps that underlay all data centre processes.
Celcom rolls out M2M service for enterprise users
Celcom Axiata has launched M2M Connected Services, a machine-to-machine business solutions platform that would act as a one-stop solution for its enterprise customers.
McAfee’s end-to-end solution against advanced malware
McAfee has announced what it said was an end-to-end solution to help organisations combat the increasing challenges of advanced malware.
Shopify lands in Malaysia
Shopify has launched in Malaysia, allowing entrepreneurs here to set up an online store with ease and confidence, even if they lack technical knowledge.
HR Excellence: Two tech companies among top 3 employers
Two technology companies won gold awards as employers of choice at the Malaysia HR (Human Resource) Awards, edged out by ‘grand award’ winner Shell Business Service Centre Sdn Bhd.
CyberArk appoints Netpoleon ‘prime value-added distributor’ for Singapore
CyberArk has announced the appointment of Netpoleon Solutions as its prime value-added distributor for Singapore, which would allow both companies to address the growing demand for privileged account security in South-East Asia.
Gen-Y has no time for corporate BYOD policies: Fortinet survey
Fortinet has published global research revealing the growing appetite of Generation Y employees to contravene corporate policies governing the use of own devices, personal cloud storage accounts and new technologies such as smart watches, Google Glass and connected cars.
Gartner on how to become a ‘Machiavellian CIO’
CIOs are often under attack due to IT system failures or other circumstances that are beyond their control, and if the CIO cannot prevent and fight off attacks successfully, they can face serious repercussions, according to Gartner Inc.
OpenSymmetry in sales performance management tie-up with IBM partner AccelTeam
Sales performance management (SPM) consulting firm OpenSymmetry has announced an agreement with IBM Malaysia and IBM’s business partner, AccelTeam Sdn Bhd, to better serve and educate customers on sales performance management effectiveness.
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