Mobility

IT buyers' keywords in 2013: Stability, capability and accessibility
In a new report on “2013 Trends to Watch: Bundled Outsourcing,” independent technology analyst firm Ovum looks at the phenomenon of IT services bundling and how it will influence the IT market in 2013.
More Malaysian SMBs to invest in network security: Fortinet
Cloud and mobile will continue to be high on the list of priorities and SMBs in Asia and Malaysia specifically will continue to adopt network security technologies, according to Fortinet.  
Video collaboration solutions for the mobile enterprise
Avaya has announced new innovations in its unified communications and collaboration portfolio with a family of people-centric video solutions for the mobile enterprise.
Nokia’s struggle an ominous sign for Pikom?
Pikom has to find the next big consumer wave to replace its ebbing PC Fair. Can it succeed?
YouTube’s next frontier: Becoming more like TV
The world's most popular video-sharing site is growing driven by mobility, interactivity, and channel centricity, and more content architects are flocking to it as the site democratizes the creative arts further, writes Edwin Yapp.
Megatrends fast changing the role of CIOs: Forrester
At Microsoft’s Breakfast with Visionaries event, over 100 Chief Information Officers (CIOs) heard from Forrester and Microsoft how mobile, cloud, enterprise social and big data will dominate the next decade and drive at least 80% of their industry’s growth by the year 2020.
Malaysia’s ICT spend to surpass US$10bil, but challenges abound
Malaysia's information and communications technology sector spending is expected to breach the US$10-billion mark for the first time in its history, according to a recent forecast by analyst firm IDC.
Fujitsu confident of hitting growth target
Fujitsu Malaysia is on track to achieve its 2012 revenue growth targets aided by the resumption of spending by the Malaysian government in the education and public sector space.
Too much sharing going on, says global study on mobile behavior
Most adults and teens around the world are sharing information about themselves online and feel better connected to family and friends because of it, but there is also a a perception of “oversharing,” according to a recent multi-country study commissioned by Intel Corporation and conducted by Ipsos Observer.
No ‘one size fits all’ cloud, says Fujitsu CTIO
As Fujitsu Malaysia gears for the highlight event of its calendar year, the Fujitsu Day conference and exhibition on Thursday (Oct 11), Digital News Asia (DNA) posed some questions to one of its senior executives who will be in town for the event.
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