Organisations in Asia Pacific, where there are quite a number of emerging economies, are a bit behind the curve when it comes to enterprise BYOD, but are starting to imrpove, accordoing to Gartner analysts.
The biggest challenge in growing the Internet of Things (IoT) industry is the regulatory framework, said a Qualcomm Inc senior official.
The future of the Internet demands a new proactive attitude in how governments, the industry and academia collectively manage issues such as privacy, security and trust, says a top European Union official. Edwin Yapp reports from CeBIT in Hannover, Germany.
CA Technologies has launched what it claimed was the industry’s first, comprehensive ‘Management Cloud for Mobility.’
Maxis believes there’s still hope in its loss-making, under-performing Home Services business and has no plans to give it up until all possible ideas to turn the business around has been tested.
Intel has introduced the Intel Xeon processor E7 v2 family, which it claimed delivers new capabilities to process and analyse large, diverse amounts of data to unlock information that was previously inaccessible.
Cisco said it would deliver a new portfolio for its Cisco Networking Academy programme to address a critical shortfall of skills in key new areas, such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and industrial networking.
From Cabir to FakeDefend, the last decade has seen the number of mobile malware explode. In 2013, Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs has seen more than 1,300 new malicious applications per day and is currently tracking over 300 Android malware families and over 400,000 malicious Android applications.
Telenor figuring out right approach for future Internet world Aiming to be partner of choice for global Net players, hot startups
What does the IoT era actually mean for the IT department? How will this new environment impact the way organisations manage their technologies? Lawrence Garvin of SolarWinds has some thoughts on this.