Morten Bangsgaard leaves his mark at Maxis, willing to bet life on the network At heart of tech transformation are digital capabilities & 3 centres of excellence
Alibaba Cloud launches US$30 mil Global SME Enablement Program to help SMEs weather through Covid-19
The data intelligence backbone of Alibaba Group is launching a program allowing new and existing SMEs tend to their business needs with a support package.
Open source vendor Red Hat Inc is betting Malaysia will be a growth centre, in line with its expansion plans for South-East Asia, according to its regional chief Damien Wong.
Red Hat Inc has announced an open source business process management suite, Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite 6, which includes the next version of its business rules platform, JBoss BRMS 6.
DNA columnist Dr Shawn Tan looks at how the most recent amendments to the Malaysian Copyright Act may be detrimental to the Open Source Software (OSS) movement.
KL-based Abyres and Paris-based Mandriva have signed an MoU, creating what they claimed was the first enterprise open source desktop management solution in Malaysia.
With Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure (RHCI) model, OSS vendor confident it can support IT organisations as they evolve Notes that OpenStack has over 180 participating companies and 400 contributing developers
Should an organization pursue a “crowd sourced” solution or use a service or buy a packaged solution? Mark Thiele looks at the pitfalls, risks and rewards of both paths.
HPC Solutions, a local software vendor specializing in open-source software solutions, recently showcased MyMeetingX, an enhanced version of MyMeeting, the government’s OSS meeting management system, which allows deeper integration with Microsoft’s Exchange and Outlook working environments.
The differences between the Western and Eastern world are often neglected, but they simply shouldn't be – as is with the case of the configuration management movement, writes OlinData CEO and founder Walter Heck.