Ng Tian Beng
Dell EMC has named Ng Tian Beng as senior vice president and general manager for its Channel business in the Asia Pacific and Japan region, with responsibility for all countries except Greater China.
If you’re a manager or business leader relying on the prowess of single accidental analyst, or if you’re an accidental analyst whose actual job has become what you do in your free time, now is the time to reshape the way your organisation thinks about analytics, writes Ng Tian Beng of Dell.
Dell Channel has announced the launch of the Dell Engineers Club in five South-East Asian countries: Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines and Singapore.
Big data, security, mobility, private cloud adoption and IT modernisation the top IT trends to look out for in 2015, writes Ng Tian Beng of Dell.
Dell said it has recorded “significant growth” in its channel partner business in the past year, and to maintain the momentum, has appointed a new channel leadership team in Asia Pacific and announced new programmes to accelerate this growth into 2015.
Channels key to Asia play, 70% of commercial business here comes via partners Looking at IoT, especially as governments in Asia keen to explore the technology
PC business continues to grow, No 1 in storage, No 2 in x86 servers Confident enough to take a subtle swipe at HPs impending split
Dell has appointed two senior executives to key sales leadership roles for Malaysia and Singapore. Marketing veteran Chue Chee Wei was named managing director for the company’s Commercial Business Group for Malaysia and Singapore, while Khoo Teng Guan brings 15 years of experience in Dell to his new role as general manager for consumer business in Malaysia.