Ideal networking solution for organisation’s that have a cloud strategy in mind Traditional WANs are expensive & do not offer the flexibility, visibility nor agility
Regional airline Cathay Pacific embraced the cloud early on. Edwin Yapp finds out why and how it went about doing so.
SAP was itself a disruptor in its early days, helping enterprises digitise themselves – then the tables were turned and the company had to adapt to a new digital reality, writes Benjamin Cher.
A coherent view of enterprise architecture guides organisations through their transformational journey, affording better focus on strategic use of emerging technologies and significantly reducing time-to-market, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant.
In this article, Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold sheds some light on SDN technology, and touches on how the technology can help IT teams to address their networking challenges to better respond to the rapidly changing needs of business in the midst of modern market demands.
Malaysian Chok Leang Ooi, together with his Vietnamese cofounder Trung Ngo, has a software development house that focuses on building products for startups, which always struggle to attract good technical talent.
South Korean-headquartered business software company TmaxSoft has announced its expansion into South-East Asia with the establishment of a head office in Singapore.
CA Technologies has introduced a new version of CA LISA Release Automation that it said can optimise a large number of complex enterprise-class releases across the application lifecycle, from development to testing to production.
The enterprise IT world today is more applications-centric, with new layers of complexity and new headaches for the IT department. CA Technologies hopes to simplify all this with its APM suite and related management products.