ERA Malaysia has launched its Business System in the country, following the successful completion of a pilot program. Technology parts a crucial role but industry and market remains under-represented online with many players not 'tuned in to IT,' it says.
Gartner has highlighted the top 10 technologies and trends with the potential for significant impact on the enterprise in the next three years. Factors that denote significant impact include a high potential for disruption to IT or the business, the need for a major dollar investment, or the risk of being late to adopt.
With its trade show footprint, online B2B trade platform SocialWalk sees itself as an SEA-centric integrated trade services provider and is now expanding its network across the region, and has a foothold in the Middle East.
IBM has unveiled a new digital marketing system and big data software that it claimed were designed to help organizations gain ‘actionable insights’ on the broadest range of data to transform the way they do business with customers, employees and partners.
Fujitsu Malaysia is on track to achieve its 2012 revenue growth targets aided by the resumption of spending by the Malaysian government in the education and public sector space.
HP has announced additions to its security solutions portfolio that it claims enable enterprises to assess, transform, optimize and manage their security environments to proactively protect what matters.
Dell has announced a slew of products over the last couple of weeks, from servers to storage, including hardware optimized for Microsoft Corp’s new Windows Server 2012 operating system.
CIOs know their jobs are changing, but their desire to play more strategic roles in their organizations is not being helped by the outdated perceptions of other senior executives, according to the findings of a global survey.
HDS has announced a multi-phased strategy to incorporate a new, original flash technology across its portfolio of enterprise and midrange IT solutions.
The best thing that happened to Sivamani Varun was the year he spent in Silicon Valley in a work-study exchange program run by the National University of Singapore. The entire experience of locking brains with very smart people from different parts of the world opened his eyes to what global competition was about.