Laurence Si

Fewer data centres in the future: AWS CTO
Many large enterprises are closing down their data centres and moving their data to the cloud, but this is within expectations.
VMware Malaysia head leaves to set up AWS in KL
Laurence Si has left VMware to help AWS set up shop in Malaysia, while VMware has appointed a former senior exec from Dimension Data to take over, reports Edwin Yapp.
VMware targets Microsoft and AWS with OneCloud
Cloud and virtualisation vendor VMware Inc has set its sights on winning more customers in the region now that it has launched a new set of software tools that it claims would help customers manage their cloud computing environments more easily.
VADS and VMware to jointly deliver DaaS and enterprise social solutions
Integrated managed ICT/ BPO service provider VADS Bhd and US cloud and virtualisation giant VMware Inc have agreed to extend their collaboration to provide managed Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) and enterprise social networking services.
MoE in VMware’s largest virtualised desktop deployment in Malaysia, wins award
Virtualisation and cloud infrastructure company VMware Inc announced that the deployment of the largest virtualised desktop environment in Malaysia by the Ministry of Education (MoE) has won the 2014 VMware Innovation Awards in the category of ‘Transforming IT by Defying Convention.’
VMware and MDeC in pact to roll out data centre virtualisation certification
VMware and national ICT custodian Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) have announced that Malaysia will offer a full range of VMware Data Centre Virtualisation Certifications.
VMware wants to get you out of ‘Hotel California’
Cloud and virtualisation specialist VMware Inc has introduced new initiatives that will extend its technology and philosophy beyond the server, and a new hybrid cloud service that it said can help customers get out of public cloud lock-in.
Virtualisation savings can be quantified: IDC
The deployment of server virtualisation in Malaysia over the past decade could have resulted in potential cost savings of up to US$262 million, according to new research by IDC.
Malaysians are all for BYOD, but their IT depts aren't: Survey
Despite this year being touted as the 'bring your own device' (BYOD) year, enterprises in Malaysia appear to be resistant to such developments because of their inability to manage the necessary transitions needed to embrace the trend within their organizations.
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