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There could be six possible reasons for the disappearance of aircraft In MH370’s case, what happened to the distress transponders or beacons?
One of the biggest tech trends that will dominate both the consumer and enterprise information and communication technology (ICT) landscape in the coming year is the Internet of Things (IoT), two industry experts said yesterday (Jan 22).
DNA-TeAM’s kickoff for 2014 to focus on consumer and enterprise trends Panellist from Frost joined by entrepreneur Bikesh Lakhmichand
The priorities for Asian mobile service providers (MSPs) in 2014 should include a comprehensive review of their service portfolios, the re-evaluation of what works and what doesn’t, and the introduction of new innovative services that will shore up their top- and bottom-lines, according to Frost & Sullivan.
A survey of more than 600 IT and line of business decision-makers or influencers in North America, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand saw more than 80% admitting to using non-approved applications in their jobs, according to McAfee.
Mobile penetration in Malaysia has long surpassed the 100% mark and is currently hovering around 150%. The Malaysian market is expected to reach a mobile subscriber base of over 50 million by 2015, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Organisations are taking a more strategic approach towards IT security, according to a Frost & Sullivan survey of South-East Asia and Hong Kong, commissioned by network security solutions provider Fortinet.
Healthcare is opening doors to cloud technologies all over the world and Asia Pacific is in a hurry to explore innovative solutions that support patient-centric care through the efficient capture and dissemination of medical and health information, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Demand for hosted conferencing services in Asia Pacific is on the rise as the uncertain economic outlook compels enterprises to reduce communication expenditure and consider cost-effective collaborative solutions.
Concerns on cyber-security in the wake of increasingly high-profile threats and attacks have spurred the distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection market in Asia Pacific, according to Frost & Sullivan.