A survey of more than 600 IT and line of business decision-makers or influencers in North America, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand saw more than 80% admitting to using non-approved applications in their jobs, according to McAfee.
HDS has released its HDS 2014 Asia Pacific predictions, identifying the five key IT trends emerging in this region in 2014 that will impact the use of technology among organisations.
Cloud and virtualisation specialist VMware Inc has introduced new initiatives that will extend its technology and philosophy beyond the server, and a new hybrid cloud service that it said can help customers get out of public cloud lock-in.
Dell Software has introduced new mobility solutions that it said were designed to help customers better support increasingly mobile workers while minimising security risks and IT complexity.
According to the Kelly Global Workforce Index (KGWI), an annual survey conducted by Kelly Services, employees are now widely using social media to network and identify job opportunities.
The impact of mobility is much more likely to be felt in data centre facility strategies rather than design; Mark Thiele tries to give a view of reality vs. hype.
The notion of a ‘next generation CIO’ may make for an evergreen keynote topic, but there hasn’t really been a fundamental shakedown of the core role, according to SingTel group chief information officer Choy Peng Wu.
Current technology megatrends such as mobility, social media, cloud computing and big data require a new paradigm in IT operations and CIO thinking.
The corporate world has perhaps experienced more changes in the last five years than it has the preceding two decades, due to factors ranging from global economic upheavals to disruptive technologies.
The increasing BYOD (bring your own device) trend amongst small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore is causing a headache for IT administrators, with nearly half leaving the security and safety of mobile devices in the hands of the staff themselves.