Current application portfolios are preventing banks from making the transformation they need to re-engage with customers and stakeholders, according to research firm Gartner.
Security solutions provider Symantec Corp has announced new offerings in Malaysia to help businesses accelerate their mobility initiatives and meet the challenges of managing a mobile workforce.
Lucas Adamski, Mozilla Corporation’s director of Security Engineering will be in town for HITBSecConf this week and talks to Digital News Asia about putting users first when it comes to online identity managment.
To help clients proactively protect against evolving security threats, including those posed by social media sites and malicious websites, IBM has announced a new class of network security appliances that it claimed delivers a more granular view of a company’s security posture and a simplified security management interface.
The newly announced Microsoft Surface tablet computer from the world's largest software company may have the chops as a decent tablet to compete with Apple's iconic iPad. But to truly succeed, it needs to have more mojo than just a great spec sheet, opines EDWIN YAPP.
It is easy for aspirational words like innovative, creative or out-of-the-box to roll off our tongues, yet how so very tough it is to actually practise and embed these words into our DNA so that we are living, breathing, walking, and talking examples of it.
The 2nd Integrated Content Development Program (ICON2) gave funding of between RM50,000 and RM200,000 to successful applicants and saw 69 apps introduced to the iTunes and Android App Store. More than that, it has encouraged Malaysian app developers to be more bold in their thinking and grand in their ambitions when creating apps.
Google Malaysia has launched the Chrome Web Store in Malaysia, a one-stop shop of apps, with six brands on board: AirAsia, Maybank, Malaysiakini, The Malaysian Insider, The Star Online and Malay-language technology news portal Amanz.my.
GfK says that smartphone penetration in Malaysia has already reached a high of 88%, while Nielsen estimates it at 27%. Disparate figures, but both agree that we Malaysians love our smartphones.