Author: Edwin Yapp
The industry needs to build a better future by demonstrating leadership in security and trust issues.
News of Red Hat’s US$34 billion acquisition by IBM broke last October. But company officials say Red Hat will remain independent and stay the course with its vision of the hybrid cloud. Edwin Yapp analyses this proposition as he reports from Red Hat’s Summit.
At the recently concluded Red Hat Summit, a leading Asian bank, Singapore’s DBS Bank, espoused true digital transformation by embracing technology wholeheartedly. Edwin Yapp has the story.
Xiaomi Corp offers a ‘flagship-level experience’ at a cost-affordable price.
It’s not every day that a homegrown talent takes over the local chapter of one of the world’s biggest technology companies. Edwin Yapp sits down for a candid talk with Marc Woo, Google Malaysia’s country head and employee #1, who has been at the helm for about nine months.
Moves to convince developers, partners, analysts, the media and delegates that she doesn’t intend to change how Red Hat operates.
A recent poll suggests that AI will play a big part in improving innovation and productivity but impediments still prevent AI adoption amongst industries in Malaysia. Here’s why.
Axiata’s Apigate believes API is the game of the future for telcos. Here’s why.
The Chinese phone maker took the gloves off its latest smartphone, the Redmi Note 7, a device which the company claims is its “biggest upgrade ever.” What’s the rationale behind it? Edwin Yapp has the analysis.
Edwin Yapp ponders upon his time covering the Mobile World Congress and how the themes that dominate headlines have changed so much.