SMEs in Malaysia are more apt to think their companies are ‘Socially-Intelligent Organisations’ than their Asean peers, according to a survey by Kelly Services, the global workforce solutions provider.
Malaysia's manufacturing sector is a key focus for Citrix this year, alongside addressing security and BYOD management concerns for corporations. Goh Thean Eu reports from Singapore.
Organisations in Asia Pacific, where there are quite a number of emerging economies, are a bit behind the curve when it comes to enterprise BYOD, but are starting to imrpove, accordoing to Gartner analysts.
Oracle has released Oracle Fusion Middleware mobile solutions, which it said would help Malaysian organisations support their enterprise mobility strategies.
Mobility is the most important digital technology priority for large enterprises, a new global study by Accenture has found.
CA Technologies has launched what it claimed was the industry’s first, comprehensive ‘Management Cloud for Mobility.’
New trends, including the explosion of data, cloud computing and the multitude of personal devices on the corporate network, are fast changing the way organisations traditionally manage their business, writes KT Ong of Dell Malaysia.
Loss-making smartphone maker BlackBerry Ltd believes its BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES 10) platform could be one of the keys to turn its fortune around.
Panasonic’s Satoshi Mizobata offers some insights on the decision-making process, and highlights the essentials to be considered, when deciding upon a mobile hardware solution.
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.