At the recent re:Invent 2015 conference, it was quite evident that Amazon Web Services wants to rule the world, at least in terms of cloud services, reports Edwin Yapp.
1337 Ventures said it has made ‘micro investments’ in three Philippines-based startups that participated in its recent Alpha Startups pre-accelerator programme in Cebu, even as it continues to roll out its programmes in more South-East Asia countries.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced new services, a hardware appliance, and a strategic partnership with consulting firm Accenture – all of which the company said are designed to help enterprises make their journey to the cloud more easy, reliable and secure, Edwin Yapp reports from Las Vegas.
Amazon Web Services kicks off its annual re:Invent conference on Oct 6 even as it faces increasing challenges to its crown from hybrid players like Microsoft and Google, Edwin Yapp reports from Las Vegas.
Singapore-based online grocer and marketplace RedMart announced it has closed a US$26.7 bridge round, bringing its total funding since inception to US$54 million, and has hired a former Amazon.com vice president as chief operating officer (COO).
Fuelled by another round of funding, Kaltura is aiming at Asia where it believes its flexibility – in terms of both business model and technology – will position it well to enable a video revolution, reports Gabey Goh.
It's not every day you meet a senior IT executive who’s roaring to get into cloud computing, but for former Dow Jones & Co CIO Stephen Orban, adopting cloud computing was one of the best decisions he ever made as an ‘IT guy.’
The new CIO will need to break out of operations mode and adapt to the changing digital landscape, one in which he or she plays a pivotal role in ensuring that the company is successful whilst driving the use of new technologies, writes Mao Gen Foo of OpenText.
The ever-changing consumer marketplace has come to define the technologies that people want to use at work, according to Citrix Systems Inc president and CEO Mark Templeton, Gabey Goh reports from Orlando, Florida.
Last week, Amazon Web Services (AWS) revealed financial figures for the first time since its birth in 2006, a move that was very significant as it has for years resisted the call to do exactly that. Edwin Yapp investigates why this is significant.