Author: Gabey Goh
Channels key to Asia play, 70% of commercial business here comes via partners Looking at IoT, especially as governments in Asia keen to explore the technology
PC business continues to grow, No 1 in storage, No 2 in x86 servers Confident enough to take a subtle swipe at HPs impending split
With two key announcements made during the IBM Xcite conference, which took place at Marina Bay Sands from Oct 13-15, Singapore has signalled deeper commitment to leveraging the possibilities of cognitive computing for the nation’s development.
10 partners in Singapore, 7 in Malaysia; next focus on Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam Initial verticals were government and FSIs; expanding into manufacturing, telcos
Half-day roadshow sees more than 600 participants, with 7 startups featured Singapore cementing its position as innovation and startup hub, notes minister
The startup journey is full of milestones, and one of them is landing your first employee, a particular pitch requires a different twist from the one aimed at potential cofounders or investors, notes Gabey Goh.
New Passport device marks once-floundering company’s strongest play yet Singapore key as other SEA markets look to regional hub as business role model
Pitch your startup and ideas to get feedback and exposure Reaching out to startups in SEA a key focus, but also a challenge
Most Asean countries have strong broadband plans, but room for improvement Malaysia and Singapore ahead of the curve, former faces more challenges though
A series of moves in the last six months has demonstrated that for the first time in a long time, Microsoft has come to terms with its present reality – but it’s still too early to say if this is going to be enough for the Redmond, Washington giant, writes Gabey Goh.