Author: Goh Thean Eu
Malaysian MVNO enters Thai market after acquiring MVNO IEC-3G for undisclosed amount.
Enterprises are spending too much resources on preventing the threat, but not enough on remediation process 193 days – that's the average time it takes an organisation to complete the remediation process
Collaborate to make policies more open, to encourage technology sharing Sees investors maturing, now looking at fundamental aspects of company instead of merely market share
Asia Pacific to be major growth area over the next few years Companies are using too many tools to monitor IT networks
Looking at raising funds via IPO to expand regionally, boost R&D and marketing Sees growing trend in virtual teller machines, hopes to have bigger presence in financial services
Big technology change puts pressure on tech companies Nine consecutive quarters of growth, expects double-digit growth this year
Data lineage increasingly important due to regulatory pressure Data warehouse doesn't solve all the problems
70% of respondents in Asia Pacific are seeing significant returns on IoT, global average 62%. 75% of respondents in Asia Pacific have the process in place to manage IoT security, versus global average of 69%.
Recently, the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission announced that it will be charging the mobile operators fees for the 900MHz and 1800MHz spectrum it is allocating. How will this impact the telcos and the consumers? Goh Thean Eu writes.
Shazalli Ramly is a tough act to follow, but DNA editor Goh Thean Eu has some pointers for incoming CEO Michael Kuehner.