IDC sees Malaysia having strong growth prospects for technology in 2014, with the Malaysian IT market anticipated to cross the US$10-billion mark, creating a wealth of opportunities locally. However, while the growth prospects are there, IDC cautions that the flooding of technology only serves one part of the fundamental necessity for the ‘third platform’ of technology to proliferate.
Dell Software has introduced new mobility solutions that it said were designed to help customers better support increasingly mobile workers while minimising security risks and IT complexity.
Current technology megatrends such as mobility, social media, cloud computing and big data require a new paradigm in IT operations and CIO thinking.
Citrix has announced a new release of Citrix XenMobile, with unique features that simplify and speed up manual processes for mobile users, such as eliminating the need to enter long passcodes to get into online meetings or work apps.
Motorola Solutions Inc has announced four enterprise mobile computers running the Jelly Bean version of the Android operating system (OS).
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.
CA Technologies is urging CIOs in Malaysia to embrace disruptive technologies such as cloud, mobile, social, and big data, and put IT in the driver’s seat to create business innovation.
As employees bring their smartphones and tablets into the workplace to access the corporate network, business applications and enterprise data, it is essential for IT teams to improve security of the multiple access points, writes Mark Micallef of Citrix.
Asian C-suite executives are making investments to build a more secured IT infrastructure, address an increasingly complex IT+business environment, and tackle talent shortage in an intensively competitive marketplace, writes IDC's Sandra Ng.
BlackBerry has announced the availability of a new security solution that it claims separates work and personal apps and data on iOS and Android devices.