Author: Digital News Asia
McAfee has released its annual 12 Scams of Christmas list of the most common scams that criminals would be using during the upcoming year-end festive season and sales campaigns to take advantage of consumers as they shop on their digital devices.
Google Analytics Certified Partner (GACP) clickTRUE announced a new strategic relationship where it will act as a Google Analytics Premium authorised reseller in Asia Pacific.
Schneider Electric has officially launched its subsidiary Gutor’s second manufacturing facility in Shah Alam in the central Malaysian state of Selangor, an RM10-million (US$3.1-million) expansion of the latter’s Asia Pacific headquarters.
Telkom has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Social Rewards Service, 8Share, via the Telkom Market Bridge programme, which plans to connect new products and services to Indonesian users via Telkom’s marketing channels.
Government intervention has led to the growth of Malaysia’s software testing industry, but industry players must keep the momentum going and drive towards self-sustainability as such intervention programmes, by design, will eventually be reduced to a minimum if not totally ceased, according to the Malaysian Software Testing Board (MSTB).
Quatrro Global Services group managing director Raman Roy was inducted into the ‘Outsourcing Hall of Fame’ by Outsourcing Malaysia, an initiative under the National ICT Association of Malaysia (Pikom).
Brocade has announced the availability of new Fabric Vision technology capabilities which it claimed delivered the industry’s most advanced storage area network (SAN) management solution.
As part of an IBM Smarter Cities Challenge grant, a team of IBM experts has developed a comprehensive blueprint for Negeri Sembilan's economic development and transformation by 2020.
Organisations are taking a more strategic approach towards IT security, according to a Frost & Sullivan survey of South-East Asia and Hong Kong, commissioned by network security solutions provider Fortinet.
Microsoft Malaysia has launched the Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA), in collaboration with its partners and national ICT custodian the Multimedia Development Corporation, which will offer online Microsoft training.