Author: Digital News Asia

International business analysis institute launches Malaysian chapter
The International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA), an independent non-profit professional association for the growing field of business analysis, has officially launched its Malaysian Chapter.
Groupon, World Vision join forces to combat hunger
Groupon Malaysia has announced its support for the 30-Hour Famine 2012 by World Vision Malaysia, an annual initiative to raise awareness and support for millions of undernourished children and their families.
Fujitsu Concept Store makes its debut
Fujitsu has launched its retail concept store initiative in Malaysia with the opening of its first Fujitsu Concept Store in the Digital Mall in the suburban city of Petaling Jaya. The store showcases the entire range of Fujitsu’s collection from notebooks to their monitors and various other accessories.
TM in pact with made-in-Malaysia GPS company
Telekom Malaysia Berhad has signed a collaborative agreement with Milan Utama Sdn Bhd which will see the two provide “enhanced” content for the “Lokatoo” Global Positioning System.
Groupon Malaysia gets on Android
Groupon Malaysia has launched its official mobile application for Android smartphones, which the company said allows shoppers to buy, manage and redeem Groupons on the go.
Sophos announces record-breaking year
IT security and data protection company Sophos announced audited results for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2012, which include billings that grew 17% from the previous year to US$402.9 million.
1 in every 3 cellphones sold in the Philippines is a smartphone
Increasing affordability of smartphones has been propelling the strong growth of the sector in the Philippines, rendering the country one of the fastest growing smartphone markets in the emerging South-East Asia region.
Worldwide IT spending to surpass US$3.6 trillion: Gartner
Worldwide IT spending is on pace to reach US$3.6 trillion in 2012, a 3% increase from 2011 spending of US$3.5 trillion, according to the latest outlook by Gartner Inc, whose IT spending outlook has been revised up slightly from the 2.5% projection last quarter.
US$565,000 worth of fake printing supplies seized in Port Klang
Local police teams in Port Klang, Malaysia have seized more 13,000 counterfeit supplies valued in excess of RM1.8 million (US$565,000) in a recent raid -- 428 finished Ink- cartridges, 3,600 finished toner cartridges, 2,500 unfinished toner cartridges, 2,000 toner flat packages, 5,461 toner security labels and other equipment, supplies and machinery were seized, US technology giant HP said in a statement.
New Converged Cloud solutions from HP
HP has announced new Converged Cloud solutions specifically for organizations in Asia Pacific, claiming they would facilitate cloud adoption and simplify deployment to enhance business innovation and agility.
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