Whether it comes in the form of a wired connection or WiFi, the Wide Area Network (WAN) is perhaps the only one indispensable factor that big data, BYOD and IoT have in common, writes Tricia Png of Silver Peak Systems.
The launch of Acronis Access 7, a mobile content management (MCM) and file sync and share solution, late last year is in many ways a natural reaction to the changing nature of the data management market.
Mobility is much more than issuing a few tablets or smartphones to employees. Implemented properly, it transforms where, when, and how people work. Citrix’s Mark Micallef shares seven tips on how organisations can kick off their mobility strategies effectively.
The BYOD trend is gaining popularity in Asia Pacific and education is impacted by this trend. Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold look at how schools and universities can handle the major challenges that BYOD has brought to education, while ensuring visibility and control of their network.
VADS Bhd plans to offer virtual private cloud to its enterprise customers soon, as part of its plan to tap into the growing demand for cloud services.
Citrix’s Mark Micallef shares key steps organisations need to take to step up their information security game and make technology work for them.
Sonus Networks Inc, a supplier of Session Initiation Protocol-based communications equipment, expects another growth year in 2014, partly backed by the increasing adoption of the mobile Internet.
Admits it has been 'passive' in growing enterprise space Financial results show yet another quarter in decline
Oracle has unveiled Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) System 22.214.171.124.5 which it claimed would enable organisations access enterprise performance insights and make informed decisions from any location.
A survey of the new breed of employees dubbed #GenMobile found that the majority have a tendency of working non-traditional work-hours and in flexible workplaces, and own three or more connected devices (59%).