Oracle has unveiled Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) System 220.127.116.11.5 which it claimed would enable organisations access enterprise performance insights and make informed decisions from any location.
A survey of the new breed of employees dubbed #GenMobile found that the majority have a tendency of working non-traditional work-hours and in flexible workplaces, and own three or more connected devices (59%).
Microsoft Singapore has announced that Bridgestone Asia Pacific will be equipping its sales and technical engineers in the field with an agile, secure and intuitive Windows 8-based mobile cloud solution supported by Windows Azure.
IDC said that Malaysian organisations are in the early days of mobility adoption and only 40% are planning to take steps to develop proper mobility strategies to support their business.
Malaysia will continue as the second-largest BI market in Asean, after Singapore, reaching US$30.4 million by 2017, according to Gartner Inc, while the market in Asia Pacific itself is expected to grow 7.4% to reach almost US$1.4 billion in revenue in 2014 and more than US$1.6 billion by 2017.
Oracle has released Oracle Fusion Middleware mobile solutions, which it said would help Malaysian organisations support their enterprise mobility strategies.
Mobility is the most important digital technology priority for large enterprises, a new global study by Accenture has found.
CA Technologies has launched what it claimed was the industry’s first, comprehensive ‘Management Cloud for Mobility.’
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.
With mobility on the hot seat, Mark Micallef, area vice president of Citrix Asean, shares three key steps Asean organisations can take to tap the opportunities the mobile revolution will bring in 2014.