The playbook has changed. Telcos now have to look at their business as a service, suggested Huawei Consulting principal consultant Nigel Bruin.
A modern data culture takes into consideration today’s business concerns, its landscape and trends, writes Dr Dzaharudin Mansor of Microsoft Malaysia.
There is a struggle between traditional disk arrays and flash storage as organisations look to storing rapidly increasing volumes of data securely and cheaply – striking a balance between the schools may be the best bet, says a Nimble Storage exec.
As business critical workloads doubles nearly every two years, storage requirements have skyrocketed and organisations are turning to IP storage, writes Sean Ong of Brocade Malaysia.
Annual IP traffic will triple between 2014 and 2019, when it will reach a record two zettabytes, according to the 10th annual Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Forecast.
Fujitsu Ltd has introduced its Storage Eternus DX8700 S3 and DX8900 S3 systems, which it claimed would enable enterprises to push beyond the boundaries of unpredictable data growth into the double-digit petabyte range.
Telstra chief technology officer Vish Nandlall presents his predictions (and expectations) for Mobile World Congress 2015, which will take place in Barcelona from March 2-5.
To enable a better-connected world, three things must happen: The business community must embrace digital reformation; governments and regulators must set clear connectivity targets and lower the financial and regulatory barriers to ICT access; and ICT leaders must work to make the online experience more compelling to those who presently lack connection.
We live in a transformational time particularly in relation to data and how that impacts business, writes Felix Foong of Microsoft Malaysia.
Seagate Technology has announced several product updates and its new Cloud Systems and Solutions group (CSS), which it declared would deliver the world’s most scalable, secure, efficient, and cost-effective cloud service architectures and solutions.