Author: Digital News Asia
SAS has rolled out SAS High-Performance Analytics software for enterprises and organizations in Malaysia, describing it as its most significant technology advance in 10 years.
Brocade has appointed Charlie Foo to the role of vice-president for Asia Pacific effective immediately; he will be responsible for charting the company’s overall growth strategy across the region.
The Multimedia Development Corporation says that the MSC Malaysia’s 2011 performance was its best to date, showing strong growth and exceeding targets.
Those working in the financial services industry, especially in the corporate banking and wealth management sectors, should look into the possibility of using tablet computing as a way of differentiating themselves from the competition.
While the software piracy rate in Malaysia took a slight dip to 55% in 2011 from 56% in 2010, anti-piracy watchdog the Business Software Alliance (BSA) may still have an uphill battle on its hands with most Malaysians having no qualms about using illegal software.
Kaspersky Lab has launched its latest security technology in conjunction with the official opening of the first Kaspersky Knowledge Center for South-East Asia.
Intel has expanded its Xeon processor portfolio with new products which it claims are designed to address a broad and emerging set of server requirements and provide IT managers with additional choice and flexibility.
Smartphones are poised to surpass the overall global market for mobile phones, according to research firm Ovum, with Android set to rule the roost.
Belkin has unveiled a new brand identity and rolled out an extended range of smartphone and tablet accessories, as well as home entertainment and automation solutions.
Hewlett-Packard has launched its Network Infrastructure Optimization Services portfolio, which it said was designed to help customers evaluate and improve their network flow and infrastructure to ensure a quality user experience.