By 2017, 25% of enterprises will have an enterprise app store for managing corporate-sanctioned apps on PCs and mobile devices, according to Gartner Inc.
Schools need to have access to information for their staff and students, but there is a fine line between freedom of information and the risk of information abuse and loss, writes Dell's KT Ong..
Mobien Technologies and LTT Global have launched the former’s enterprise mobility solutions in Malaysia.
Microsoft Malaysia launched the latest iteration of its Office productivity suite by having 60 of its employees working off their laptops and tablets at the KLCC LRT station earlier this week; the new versions include the first consumer edition of its subscription-based Office 365 cloud service.
Citrix’s Yaj Malik explains the difference between the three types of clouds and why all three are important or relevant to most organizations today.
TCL Communication Technology Holdings Ltd is aiming its Alcatel OneTouch brand of smartphones and tablets, formed via a 2004 joint venture with Alcatel-Lucent’s mobile phone division, at the Malaysian market for the second time, saying it was “back with a vengeance.”
This year will see big data growing up, security taking on a new dimension, and the ‘Internet of Things’ becoming more ubiquitous, IT management solutions provider CA Technologies said in a statement outlining its top five IT predictions for 2013.
2013 will see the continuation of some key 2012 trends as well as significant shifts in the approach towards enterprise mobility management and cloud computing. Yaj Malik, Asean vice president at Citrix, talks us through what to expect for enterprise IT in 2013.
Cloud and mobile will continue to be high on the list of priorities and SMBs in Asia and Malaysia specifically will continue to adopt network security technologies, according to Fortinet.
Sophos has announced that more than one million devices worldwide are now managed by its mobile device management (MDM) solution, Sophos Mobile Control.