Author: Gabey Goh
Microsoft Corp’s chief security officer for Asia, Pierre Noel, believes that the ‘Snowden Revelations’ have proven to be a blessing for the company, waking it up and forcing it to get its act together.
Transport app startup GrabTaxi (known as MyTeksi in its home base of Malaysia) has launched a new R&D centre in Singapore, saying the decision to locate the centre in the island-republic was a “simple” one.
A new public cloud platform made its Asian debut with the official launch of CenturyLink Cloud last month, a move which CenturyLink said was aimed at better serving the changing needs of businesses in the Asia Pacific region.
The arrests of journalists in Malaysia has only convinced DNA editor Gabey Goh that it is even more crucial for her to stand up.
We feed mobile apps with passwords, private information, and access to our money. Do those applications protect our private life? Do contain vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers?
A worrying trend has emerged in the last few years, where intermediaries around the world are being used as chokepoints to restrict freedom of expression online, and to hold users accountable for content.
If Asia is going to power the next wave of global development and that charge is being led by SMEs, what is the face of the typical Asian SME? The Asia Cloud Computing Association set out to discover this, writes Gabey Goh.
The Asia Pacific region holds much growth potential for cybersecurity providers, amidst the growing complexity of securing digital assets and the increasing frequency of attacks by those who would seek to exploit them, said stakeholders of the upcoming Interpol World, slated to take place from April 14-16 in Singapore.
When it comes to Unified Communications solutions for enterprises, most, if not all, vendors have failed the market in some form or fashion over the last 10 years, argues Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALUE) vice-president of sales for Asia, Matthieu Destot.
It’s been six months since Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALUE) an independent entity, and while it now enjoys greater agility and deeper investment capabilities, the playbook for boosting its fortunes in the networking and communications space hinges on a tightly focused approach to capturing market share, writes Gabey Goh.