Author: Digital News Asia
Oracle Corporation has announced the availability of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 3, aimed at easing the complexities of managing enterprise cloud environments.
Schneider Electric has appointed Pankaj Sharma as vice president of East Asia for its IT Business.
Catcha Media Berhad has confirmed that the final agreements with Youth Asia Sdn Bhd to merge certain assets with Says Sdn Bhd, the owner of Says.com, have been formally signed.
The MCMC has called the couple who allegedly mocked the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan by uploading a photo on their Facebook page that offended Malaysians, especially Muslims.
Ericsson has announced its intention to acquire the entire business of Bangkok-based TeleOSS Consulting Ltd. in a business transfer agreement.
Samsung has announced its own Korean drama-inspired series that will run on the company’s YouTube channel starting July 20.
Aruba Networks Inc has announced that the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) is deploying the company’s enterprise-grade Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) solution to manage the mobile devices of over 10,000 users.
Telekom Malaysia has signed an MoU with Temasya Development, a Selangor-based property developer, to provide its high speed broadband services to the latter’s residential development project in Bandar Glenmarie in the state capital of Shah Alam.
Opera Software has launched a next-generation TV app technology which it claimed has the ability to transform online video into apps for connected TV, at zero cost and all in less than a minute.
MyTeksi is now available in the southern Malaysian state of Johor thanks to strategic collaborations with Perbadanan Pengangkutan Awam Iskandar Malaysia (PAIM) and Koperasi Permodalan Melayu Negeri Johor Berhad (KPMNJ).