Author: Digital News Asia
Malaysia had three companies walking away triumphant at the 9th annual Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards 2012 in Singapore last night (June 7): Axiata, Telekom Malaysia and YTL.
N2N Connect has entered into an agreement with the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) that will see the former provide exchange-wide online trading, direct market access and advanced trading tools to the PSE's trading participants, including stock brokerages and their clients.
HP has announced offerings that it claims increase collaboration between development, testing, infrastructure and operations teams, helping organizations break down IT silos so they can quickly deliver high-quality, innovative applications for hybrid and cloud environments.
Frost & Sullivan will be honoring and recognizing the region’s best Information and Communications Technology ()ICT) companies and personalities at the 9th annual Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards 2011 this Thursday, June 7.
SME Corp Malaysia is promoting cloud computing as a strategic technology for SMEs in Asean to transform themselves sustainable growth engines for the economies in the region.
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Intel Malaysia has launched its “Be Amazing” PC refresher campaign which it said would highlight its latest products aimed at consumers. The campaign aims to reach more than 500,000 consumers nationwide, but is primarily focused on the connected youth in both urban and rural markets throughout the country.
ICT solutions and services provider Fujitsu has introduced to Malaysian customers its new PRIMERGY server generation, a modular and highly-scalable server platform that it claims would enable data centers to significantly reduce energy costs.
Microsoft has announced the availability of the Windows Upgrade Offer for consumers purchasing a new Windows 7 PC, where they have the option to purchase a downloadable upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for an estimated retail price of US$14.99. In Malaysia, the company also announced that SMB customers who upgrade to Windows 7 on Open License with Software Assurance will enjoy a 30% discount.
The Asian Business Angels Forum (ABAF) was held at the Marriott Hotel in Kuala Lumpur from May 23-25. Was it a waste of time? The naysayers and believers have a Face-Off here on Digital News Asia.