Author: Digital News Asia
Dell has unveiled a series of end-to-end storage portfolio updates designed to advance the Fluid Data architecture and to help customers further optimize data at every point in its lifecycle.
HP has announced a new channel initiative that it believes will stimulate growth and expand revenue opportunities for channel partners in Asia Pacific and Japan.
Trend Micro Inc has launched the Titanium 2013 family of security software, with extra personal data protection for social media users.
According to a new PayPal survey conducted by GfK to measure the changing ways that consumers shop and pay, Malaysians plan to do nearly half (46%) of all their holiday shopping online this year, which the two companies said would save consumers 36 hours of their time.
An online collaboration between Groupon Malaysia, Miss Universe Malaysia Organisation and Grim Film to create greater awareness and support for 17 Malaysian charity organizations saw 14,098 people contributing a total of over RM140,980 (US$45,959) to the ‘Be The Difference’ campaign.
In January to September this year, consumers across six key markets in South-East Asia spent over US$4.72 billion on nearly 8.8 million tablets and laptops, reflecting a growth of 12% in value and 26% in volume compared to the same period last year.
Cisco forecasts global data center traffic to grow fourfold and reach a total of 6.6 zettabytes annually by 2016, according to the second annual Cisco Global Cloud Index (2011-2016) issued recently.
Usage of enterprise social tools by Asia Pacific organizations is expected to hit 75% within the next 18 months according to a new IDC Enterprise Social Survey sponsored by Microsoft.
U Mobile has rolled out its new Enterprise prepaid plan for businesses of all sizes from small and medium businesses (SMBs) to large corporations, claiming it delivers greater flexibility, affordability and convenience.
US technology giant Microsoft Corp recently showcased 12 Malaysian-made apps which now available via the Windows Store.recently showcased 12 Malaysian-made apps which now available via the Windows Store.