Author: Digital News Asia
Intel Corp continues to zoom in on the supercomputing space, announcing that Intel Xeon Phi would be the new brand name for all future Many Integrated Core (MIC) architecture-based products.
Click-thru rates, one of the most common metric used to trade online advertising, are significantly under-valuing the brand performance of online campaigns, signaling a need for marketers to use other metrics to gauge the effectiveness of online advertising, according to Nielsen.
Oracle has announced the Oracle Platinum Service, saying it would transform the way customers can optimize the value of their technology investments, saying it would “redefine IT support.”
The number of enterprise Lync voice deployments more than doubled across the Asia Pacific region in the past 12 months, contributing to a 10-fold increase over three years, Microsoft Corp claimed. The company however did not give specific figures.
Virtualization and cloud player VMware has appointed Victor Thu as its new product marketing director for VMware’s end-user computing business in Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) region.
A growing number of operators around the world are beginning to offer “data bucket” plans, which promises significant cost savings as they do not have to acquire and manage two separate subscriptions for a single customer.
Intel Malaysia disbursed over RM588,000 (US$185,000) to 47 organisations including schools and local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) under the Intel Involved Matching Grant Program in a ceremony at Intel Penang.
The Information System Audit and Control Association (ISACA) is hosting its annual IT Governance Assurance and Security Conference on July 10 and 11 at the One World Hotel, Petaling Jaya.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has launched a new online system designed to make it easier for students to record their practical skills gained on the road to becoming a qualified accountant.
Printer market finally expanded on the back on months of decline Forecasted growth at 5.5% for 2012 but spending from public and private sectors likely to fluctuate. THE printer and multifunction peripherals (MFP) market experienced healthy growth in the first quarter (Q1) of 2012 and showed signs of improvement after months of consecutive declines, according to new data from IDC Malaysia.