Cloud Computing

Cloud growing in Asia, but companies face new challenges
Cloud computing has attained wider adoption and more companies are opened to its usage in enterprises across Asia, although there are still some challenges arising from companies adopting the cloud, according to a new study by Forrester Research.
Software-defined networks still have some way to go
A new approach to networking is beginning to take hold in the enterprise world, making it cheaper and easier for administrators to manage complex corporate networks. However, such technology reaching mainstream acceptance is still quite a far way off, noted industry observers.
Fujitsu confident of hitting growth target
Fujitsu Malaysia is on track to achieve its 2012 revenue growth targets aided by the resumption of spending by the Malaysian government in the education and public sector space.
Windows Server 2012 makes Malaysian debut
Microsoft Malaysia has announced the general availability of Windows Server 2012, the latest version of its server operating system (OS) and successor to Windows Server 2008.
Malaysia can lead CaaS market, says EMC
The time is right for Malaysian companies to take the lead in the emerging market of Cloud as a Service (CaaS), according to storage hardware solutions provider EMC Corporation.
ISACA to host governance, security conference
The Information System Audit and Control Association (ISACA) is hosting its annual IT Governance Assurance and Security Conference on July 10 and 11 at the One World Hotel, Petaling Jaya.
Event planning made easy
Yusno Yunos and his wife Noamifarah Rahimuddin faced a lot of stress in 2007 when planning their wedding. Determined to help other couples, they gave birth to their brainchild in 2010 -- Evenesis Event Management System, a web-based software that can help you effectively manage your events in a holistic manner.
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