70% of enterprises in South-East Asian countries will commit to a hybrid cloud strategy, according to IDC.
A report recently published by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) underscores the importance of fostering trust in the cloud to reap its full business benefits.
Just like selecting a life partner, cloud collaboration requires careful consideration, writes Chris Chelliah of Oracle.
KL-based startup Vectory Innovation says that its Biztory cloud accounting software has ‘humanised technology’ to help SMEs get on the digital bandwagon.
Malaysian businesses are more cloud-ready than those in Singapore, according to the new Cloud Readiness Index (CRI) 2016 study recently released by the Asia Cloud Computing Association.
The savvy Asian consumer knows that the best e-commerce platforms are friction-free and easy to use, and cloud computing providers are taking note, writes Conor Carroll of Tata Communications.
The potential benefits of the cloud are proven, but security is just as important as in physical and on-premises environments.
German enterprise software company Software AG is looking to increase the revenue contribution from its Asia Pacific markets, with the manufacturing, retail and financial services verticals being key to its aspirations.
There is no doubt that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are embracing the cloud, recognising it as a means of competing on a global stage with international peers and unbound by capital constraints.
Fluke Networks, which specialises in network performance monitoring and diagnostics solutions, expects its business in Asia to grow by double-digit percentages, fuelled by the growing demand for cloud services.