Parallels has announced a partnership with StarHub, Singapore’s second-largest telecommunications service provider.
Cisco has announced new cloud partners and customers, and an updated array of cloud service offerings as part of its plan to build the world's largest global ‘Intercloud.’
The Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APeJ) Enterprise Applications (EA) software market posted a mediocre growth of 5.1% in 2013, according to IDC. Unlike 2012, when EA market grew 9%, Asian enterprises were more cautious about their investment in 2013.
Cloud-based mobility services the first step to a suite of EUC services Commercially available in the second half of 2014
The third platform will result in 'phenomenal' changes Perception of cloud security needs to be changed
Dropmysite seeks to serve the underserved segment of companies with under 10 employees, while expanding its footprint via strategic partnership to leverage rising global demand for secure cloud-based backup services.
In the last week of March, major cloud service providers (CSPs) in Asia dropped their prices for core services dramatically, and IDC believes that this will make it very difficult for smaller players to remain in business if they continue to rely on provision of basic, undifferentiated services.
Singapore-headquartered DyStar, which provides products and services for the global textile industry, is implementing SAP’s ERP (enterprise resource planning), SCM (supply chain management) and enterprise data warehouse solutions on a managed cloud infrastructure provided by T-Systems.
SOFTWARE-as-a-Service (SaaS) has begun to redefine the way companies use applications, and indeed, harness technology, in the past few years.
Demand for cloud-based services, which has been traditionally led by larger enterprises over the past few years in Malaysia, could see a shift towards small- and medium enterprises (SMEs) this year, according to Oracle Corp.