CTO

Grab hires former Silicon Valley entrepreneur as new CTO
Theo Vassilakis, a former Silicon Valley entrepreneur, joins Grab as its third CTO in four years, bringing with him expertise in developing large-scale machine learning systems.
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.
How does UC in the cloud impact your security posture?
UC applications such as voice, video, messaging and file sharing are transmitted over the same IP network as web and data applications and thus are prone to the same type of network attacks.
The five mindset traits of disruptive digital leaders
CEOs, CIOs and other executives understand a shift in business is necessary to adapt to the changing world, but may fail to realize how important their own mindset is to the success of the transition.
Week In Review: Female Daily Network’s fix for its tech pain
Has Indonesia’s Female Daily Network found a fix for the perennial lack of depth in software engineering in SEA?
Digital transformation and the evolving role of the CIO
As more businesses are disrupted, CIOs are faced with new opportunities to grasp and new challenges to overcome, writes Gavin Selkirk of BMC.
PropertyGuru Group appoints new CPTO
PropertyGuru Group has announced the appointment of Malcolm Fitzgerald as chief product and technology officer (CPTO), effective Jan 27.  
GrabTaxi CTO Wei Zhu quits after a year
GrabTaxi CTO Wei Zhu, the former Facebook engineer who joined the taxi-hailing startup to great fanfare in August last year, has left the company after just about a year.
RSA CTO on risk, changing mind-sets and staying ahead
Despite having clocked less than six months on the job, RSA CTO Dr Zulfikar Ramzan feels like he has come home, and is focused on the dual role he has to play in the company, he tells Gabey Goh.
Businesses still figuring out their cloud strategy: NetApp CTO
The cloud makes a lot of sense for midsized companies, but may not be compelling enough for big enterprises with fairly well-run IT operations, according to NetApp CTO Jay Kidd.
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