IDC sees Malaysia having strong growth prospects for technology in 2014, with the Malaysian IT market anticipated to cross the US$10-billion mark, creating a wealth of opportunities locally. However, while the growth prospects are there, IDC cautions that the flooding of technology only serves one part of the fundamental necessity for the ‘third platform’ of technology to proliferate.
One of the technology trends that have dominated this year is big data – a term that is ambiguous because it means different things to different people, writes Edwin Yapp.
AIA Bhd’s chief information officer Teh Kim Leng talks to Karamjit Singh about the importance of mobile in the company’s strategy, and why there is no business case for outsourcing.
CA Technologies has announced announced a new release of CA ERwin Data Modeler, its solution for collaboratively visualising and managing business data across the enterprise, with added support for data governance, big data analytics and business intelligence.
Enterprise Platform as a Service (PaaS) provider Pivotal said it is partnering with the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) to open the Pivotal Innovation Centre in the island-republic.
Current technology megatrends such as mobility, social media, cloud computing and big data require a new paradigm in IT operations and CIO thinking.
In seven years, without any fuss or buzz, Ivan Teh has built a company valued at RM700 million. He did it by targeting the enterprise space.
Ivan Teh, who has quietly built Fusionex into arguably Malaysia’s top big data company and successfully listed it on the London AIM, speaks to DNA.
SAP AG and SAS have announced a strategic partnership that they claimed would advance in-memory data analysis capabilities for businesses across industries.
Teradata CTO Stephen Brobst says that the term ‘big data’ is deceiving because it makes people think of volume; that the next big thing will be sensor data; and that marketing and IT need to work closer together.