Author: Gabey Goh
Advergames may have dipped in visibility as in-game advertising became dominant, but there’s more to the space than being merely a channel for delivering advertisements, according to Branded Mini Games. Gabey Goh has the story.
Singapore has reiterated its call for industry to step up and participate in the Smart Nation initiative, even as its Government continues the transition to a more collaborative approach to public sector IT procurement.
The corporate venture capital scene is growing and here to stay, but if there’s one thing such VCs hate it is those startups that crawl along and are too stubborn to die, Gabey Goh reports from EMC World in Las Vegas.
Asia Pacific is a “vast question,” but one that holds much potential for the future of Citrix Systems Inc, according to its chief executive officer Mark Templeton.
The ever-changing consumer marketplace has come to define the technologies that people want to use at work, according to Citrix Systems Inc president and CEO Mark Templeton, Gabey Goh reports from Orlando, Florida.
Stories about data and the power that comes from being able to visualise and discern insights were plentiful at the Tableau on Tour Conference, which took place in Singapore last month, writes Gabey Goh.
The second day of EMC World 2015 in Las Vegas that concluded this week shifted focus to the software side of the business, with multiple announcements revolving around managing big data, content creation and software-defined storage.
EMC Corp chairman and CEO Joe Tucci has outlined three key business imperatives that organisations must address in order to successfully transition into the new digital age, Gabey Goh reports from EMC World in Las Vegas.
While EMC Corporation’s storage revenue fell short for the first quarter of 2015, it’s full steam ahead for its storage and converged infrastructure solutions, with the company making multiple announcements on additions to, and upgrades across, its portfolio, Gabey Goh reports from EMC World.
At EMC World, EMC unveiled XtremIO version 4.0, a non-disruptive free software upgrade for XtremIO v3.X arrays, a line that has become the standout hit of the company’s storage portfolio, reports Gabey Goh.