Senior technology executives are being pressured by both vendor pitches and internal management requirements to cut cost in their journey to adopt cloud computing, a group of chief information officers (CIOs) said last week. Edwin Yapp reports.
Although companies and organisations are already using analytics – some to such an extent that they can use weather patterns to help improve customers’ overall Internet experience – chief information officers (CIOs) in Malaysia believe more can be done to harness its full potential.
The launch of the Apple Watch heralds the transformation of BYOD into BYOX. Aruba Networks’ James Chia looks at how businesses can accommodate #GenMobile’s adoption of wearables, while still staying in control.
While many CIOs understand the importance of having some form of an Enterprise Architecture framework in their organisation, the adoption level remains low, according to panellists at the CIO Leaders Summit in KL.
Information technology decision makers (ITDMs) believe wireless networks to be the most vulnerable element of the IT infrastructure, according to a new survey from Fortinet.
While technology continues to develop, the ability of people and organisations to fully adopt new technologies have not kept pace – but this gap is an opportunity, writes KT Ong of Dell Malaysia.
Security professionals need to approach Shadow IT with a pragmatic view: How can we better support the business’ needs while keeping risk in check? Sean Duca of Palo Alto Networks has some ideas.
Mark Bentkower of CommVault Systems looks at the increasing need for enterprises to get CDOs on board, and what the role entails.
A survey of chief information officers (CIOs) worldwide, commissioned by Brocade Inc, reveals the business impact of legacy infrastructures, and highlights the need for more innovative solutions to businesses network needs, the company said.
It's not every day you meet a senior IT executive who’s roaring to get into cloud computing, but for former Dow Jones & Co CIO Stephen Orban, adopting cloud computing was one of the best decisions he ever made as an ‘IT guy.’