Author: Digital News Asia
SAP AG and SAS have announced a strategic partnership that they claimed would advance in-memory data analysis capabilities for businesses across industries.
Android's open ecosystem is what smartphone manufacturers, app developers and consumers love, but this comes with a price, Trend Micro said in a statement.
Maxis and Spotify have announced a partnership in which prepaid and postpaid Maxis customers now have access to the Spotify Premium service, along with 150MB of Internet data to access Spotify’s catalogue of over 20 million tracks, for RM10 (US$3.18) per month.
IBM and Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia (UPNM or the National Defence University of Malaysia) have announced a collaboration to incorporate IBM’s intelligence software syllabus into the latter’s defence and security curriculum.
Telekom Malaysia has launched the UniFi with Microsoft Office 365 bundle, an enhancement of its existing UniFi business packages, aimed primarily at SMEs.
Online shopping mall Lazada has launched a fashion marketplace for its portals in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
IBM Malaysia has launched a series of ‘starter kits’ targeted at small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the manufacturing, distribution, retail and consumer goods sectors.
Financial comparison startup iMoney Group announced it has raised US$2 million in a Series A funding round led by Jungle Ventures, with other investors being Econa AG, Rebright Partners, IMJ Fenox, Fenox Venture Capital, 500 Startups, Vogel Ventures and angel investor Lim Der Shing.
SAP Asia Pacific Japan has appointed Michiel Verhoeven (pic) as vice president of Strategic Accounts for SAP South-East Asia.
Fujitsu has announced the availability of Fujitsu M10 servers in Malaysia, saying that the new servers promise high reliability, availability and serviceability for both applications and data processing.