NEC Malaysia brings its telco and communications expertise together in a cloud and virtualized platform, targeting 5G market.
Hitachi Data Systems has announced the appointment of Russell Skingsley as its chief technology officer, solutions and products group leader and head of presales for Asia Pacific.
Many companies are not prepared for the inevitable impact of digital disruption, with most IT and business leaders in these organisations pointing their fingers at their C-suite, especially in Singapore.
The role of the CIO has been changing over the years, but 2016 is the year that they should accept these changes seriously or face the 'dire consequences,' according to two industry experts.
Chief information security officers (CISOs) often face a chaotic and confusing landscape when deciding the most efficient and cost-effective way to manage the risks posed by security to their business.
Juniper Networks CEO Rami Rahim, who took the helm last October after a tumultuous period at the company, believes he has what it takes to steer the ship in the right direction – and that will involve it staying true to its roots of being a technology company. Edwin Yapp reports from Sunnyvale, California.
The relatively new CEO of Juniper Networks Inc, Rami Rahim, is confident that the company is finally now in good hands and is confident that “it is in an extremely good position to win in the marketplace” after enduring a tumultuous period in its history.
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In an exclusive interview, Juniper Networks newly-minted CEO Rami Rahim sits down with DNA executive editor A. Asohan to talk about Juniper’s plans for the future, and its challenges in the present. This is the second of two parts.
In an exclusive interview, Juniper Networks’ newly-minted CEO Rami Rahim sits down with DNA executive editor A. Asohan, where he talks about technology revolutions in the networking industry, Juniper’s role in them in the past, now, and in the future. This is the first of two parts.