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2014 in Review: Cloud computing comes of age
As the new year kicks off and businesses reflect on last year’s enterprise IT developments, one major trend that has dominated the landscape in Malaysia was cloud computing, writes Edwin Yapp.
Malaysian ISVs and Microsoft gear up to get SMEs GST-ready
Microsoft and its partners Sage Software Sdn Bhd, Wavelet Solutions Sdn Bhd and Rofarez Solutions Sdn Bhd have announced the availability of GST-ready solutions to support Malaysian SMEs on their path to Goods and Services Tax (GST) compliance by April 1 next year.
Can Amazon Web Services serve enterprises effectively?
At the Amazon Web Services re:Invent annual conference at the Sands Expo, Las Vegas, the cloud giant took the fight to traditional IT shops. Edwin Yapp looks at the challenges it faces.
Salesforce.com: Innovating from inside the cloud
Salesforce.com's Dreamforce conference is revered by many as the enterprise conference to show up for every year. While looking forward to his maiden trip this year, Edwin Yapp reflects on the company, the man behind it, and what this year may bring.
How to deal effectively with workspace digitisation
The BYOD and digital workspace trends present a challenge to IT departments. Edwin Yapp looks into the issue.
Microsoft making the right moves, but is it enough?
A series of moves in the last six months has demonstrated that for the first time in a long time, Microsoft has come to terms with its present reality – but it’s still too early to say if this is going to be enough for the Redmond, Washington giant, writes Gabey Goh.
Say 'hello' to the new Nokia
The  recent restructuring of Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) that will see it being folded into parent company Nokia Corp may herald new beginnings for the iconic telco gear maker, but one analyst believes there are still challenges ahead, writes Edwin Yapp.
Microsoft has high hopes for cloud-boosted Dynamics ERP solution
Company looking at omni-channel retailers  Expects AX 'as a service' to be launched in 2015  
Microsoft sees 'resistance to change' improving
Microsoft (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is seeing signs that more small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are beginning to understand the need to upgrade their IT infrastructure, which the company believes is a good sign given the end of support for its Windows XP operating system, reports Goh Thean Eu.
CeBIT now targeting the business sweet spot
In a bid to grow its business and take on the competition, Deutsche Messe AG has altered its strategy to focus purely on business-to-business (B2B) information and communication technology (ICT), according to its top executive.
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