Author: Digital News Asia

Red Hat announces new consulting service to push OSS adoption
Red Hat has announced its “Pathway to Open Source Enablement” consulting service to help customers formalize enterprise open source adoption, development, and governance strategies.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3 globally available
Red Hat has announced the global availability of the next minor release of its Enterprise Linux operating system platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3.
Samsung to use Azure to manage Smart TV service
Samsung has decided to adopt Windows Azure, Microsoft Corp’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud offering, to manage its Smart TV infrastructure, helping it reduce costs and increase its capacity to meet its growing customer base.
TIME gets in on APG submarine cable deal
TIME dotCom Berhad has entered into a construction and maintenance agreement for the Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) submarine cable system connecting Malaysia to Korea and Japan.
Dell expands XPS family with new Ultrabook
Dell has expanded its XPS laptop portfolio with the XPS 14 for consumers who desire connectivity and performance, no matter where they are. The XPS 14 provides long battery life and connectivity for those who need to get online wherever they are, the company said in a statement.
Security top concern in age of mobility: Trend Micro
Trend Micro Inc said it has seen Android-based smartphones suffer from increasing cybercriminal attacks and more enterprises exposed to malicious IT threats due to the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend.
Alcatel-Lucent introduces new fiber optic tech
Alcatel-Lucent is introducing the Photonic Service Engine (PSE), a new chip for fiber optic networks that the company claims offers double the capacity and four times the speed of today’s networks, built on innovations from Bell Labs.
HP solutions to help SMBs prep for mobile workforce
HP has announced new offerings to help small and medium businesses (SMBs) prepare their technology infrastructures for a growing mobile workforce.
Office 365 rolls out in more Asian markets, free for education
Microsoft has rolled out its Office 365 cloud productivity service in four new Asian markets, and also announced the general availability of Office 365 for education.
As mobile usage grows, so should security: IDC
Enterprises need to review their mobile security policies as mobile banking and payments increase in popularity, according to IDC Financial Insights.
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