Edwin Yapp looks back at his top-5 stories for the year.
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News of Red Hat’s US$34 billion acquisition by IBM broke last October. But company officials say Red Hat will remain independent and stay the course with its vision of the hybrid cloud. Edwin Yapp analyses this proposition as he reports from Red Hat’s Summit.
At the recently concluded Red Hat Summit, a leading Asian bank, Singapore’s DBS Bank, espoused true digital transformation by embracing technology wholeheartedly. Edwin Yapp has the story.
New state-of-the-art data centre in Cyberjaya completes the company’s Twin Core Data Centre.
Sees rising interest in advanced endpoint security technologies that enable enterprises to investigate and understand data breaches better.
Need for flexibility and application mobility fuels healthcare organisations in their cloud journey.
Businesses need to be agile yet secure to adapt to Industry 4.0.
Asian consumers today are 1.6 to five times more likely to transact with their banks via online channels as compared to physical branches.
In this atmosphere of disruption, it’s more important than ever for the CIO to have a role not just in planning for IT, but in planning corporate business strategy.