2014 in Review
Wrapping up our Fave 5 series, DNA editor Goh Thean Eu discusses the background of his five favourite stories he wrote in 2014, and why he chose them.
Two completely different stories to geek out on Two that appealed to the newshound, and one with an icon
43-year-old giant re-invents itself; AWS to be more enterprise-centric Cloud, SDN, security and privacy to dominate enterprise world
Our series on DNA’s favourite stories of last year continue with executive editor A. Asohan’s picks, so it's no surprise that online freedom and punk rock figure greatly.
While the overall stock market picture in 2014 seemed gloomy, some companies managed to dodge the larger trend, in particular those tech companies owned by entrepreneurs who made into Digital News Asia’s inaugural Digerati50 list, writes Goh Thean Eu.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh looks back at a fun-filled year and picks five of his articles that have left a deep impression on him … and he wants to pick the brains of DNA readers.
In a year which saw the economy and IT sector depressed by political instability, mobile and Web games, as well as e-commerce, were the highlights of Thailand’s year in terms of funding and acquisitions, reports Susan Cunningham.
As the new year kicks off and businesses reflect on last year’s enterprise IT developments, one major trend that has dominated the landscape in Malaysia was cloud computing, writes Edwin Yapp.
There were several interesting twists to the telco plot in 2014, writes Goh Thean Eu – M&As, market shakeups, telcos invading each other's spaces, and a whole lot more.