Author: Digital News Asia
Intel Malaysia has unveiled a new wave of Ultrabook systems powered by new 3rd generation Intel Core processors.
HP has announced new deduplication solutions for the HP StoreOnce Backup family that enable organizations to manage risk as they deal with explosive data growth by protecting more data in less time.
Tune Talk has rolled out a cashless auto top-up service in collaboration with global online payment company PayPal.
Fujitsu has added Nimsoft to its global Cloud platform to offer IT Management as a Service (ITMaaS) in South-East Asia.
NetApp Inc has rolled out the latest release of its Data ONTAP storage operating system, claiming it would IT to better respond to changing business requirements, maintain non-disruptive operations, and grow the business without limits.
Although smartphone popularity is soaring across the Asia Pacific region, resulting in increased consumption of mobile media, advertisers have yet to identify the key to effective engagement via mobile advertising.
IDC has named IBM the worldwide market share leader in the enterprise social software space for the third consecutive year, the technology giant said in a statement.
By 2016, annual global Internet Protocol (IP) traffic is forecast to be 1.3 zettabytes (a zettabyte is equal to a sextillion bytes, or a trillion gigabytes), nearly a fourfold increase from 2011, according to networking specialist Cisco.
Acer has rolled out the award-winning Acer Aspire S5 to Malaysian users, as well as a bevy of slim notebooks to whet the appetites of laptop users of every profile. The company also announced that the IT backbone for the Olympics is now operational.
Symantec has appointed Jardine OneSolution (2001) Sdn Bhd (JOS) as its new distributor in Malaysia.