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.
Enterprise cloud provider ServerPark Sdn Bhd has announced the commercial release of its ServerPark Hybrid VDI, a VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) platform that it said connects end-users to their data, applications and desktops from any device, anywhere.
VADS Berhad has launched the VADS Managed Service Desk (MSD) solution, a service desk management platform hosted on the cloud.
16 years after being part of the quintet that founded Skali, group chief executive Farith Rithauddeen says the company is gearing up for a public listing in 2014, with Affin Merchant appointed as its merchant banker.
IBM has expanded its Cloud Consulting Services portfolio with a customisable cloud strategy offering for industry and line of business buyers, and is also developing a catalogue of fast-start industry solutions delivered as a service for cloud-based applications.
Just over three months after the official Malaysian entry of Microsoft’s Surface line of devices, the company has launched its commercial expansion phase with six new authorised resellers.