Private Cloud

McAfee study: 1-in-4 organisations using Public Cloud has had data stolen
McAfee’s third cloud security report finds lack of adequate visibility and control as the greatest challenge to cloud adoption in an organisation.
Singapore’s cloudy route to digital transformation
Around 54% of business applications in the region run on public or private cloud, and this figure is slated to rise in the coming years.
Microsoft launches Azure Stack… finally
Tech giant claims it will extend the benefits and features of its public cloud offering, Microsoft Azure, to on-premises environments.
Top 10 tips on keeping your cloud options open: The importance of choice
Businesses in Asia Pacific are rapidly embracing cloud infrastructure (IaaS), with nearly half agreeing that IaaS will have a role to play in their business within three years.
Oracle builds partnership with Indonesia’s Central Data Technology
Partnership is aimed at overcome challenges in cloud implementation for enterprises and preparing for Government Regulation PP 82.
Malaysia’s data centre blues: A spanner in the nation’s dreams (Part 2)
In this second article of a two-part series on the data centre industry in Malaysia, Sharmila Ganapathy-Wallace looks at how the local industry has progressed and the issues it faces.
Google’s enterprise cloud play seems rather … cloudy
Google may have been the cloud pioneer, but in the enterprise space it is playing a catch-up game and really needs to be more forthcoming with information, argues Edwin Yapp.
Fuji Xerox Singapore rolls out new data centre services
Fuji Xerox Singapore Pte Ltd said it has introduced new data centre services which give customers access to Tier-3 data centre facilities designed to meet the emerging need of businesses for industry-specific solutions and cloud-based IT infrastructures.
Privacy across private and public clouds with new Brocade functionality
Brocade has announced what it claimed was the industry's first native port-based encryption functionality for modular routers.
The cloud: Three questions all businesses should ask
Vendors owe it to their customers to clarify why their solution is different from those offered by others, writes Microsoft Malaysia’s Felix Foong, who offers three questions that all businesses should ask when evaluating a cloud offering.
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