Author: Edwin Yapp

BlackBerry CSO: Security will continue to be a ‘cat-and-mouse’ game
Attackers are always going to find a new way to attack.
BlackBerry CEO: ‘We’ve done good but must now grow our business’
The Canadian company seems to have turned a corner, and John Chen is recognised as being the prime mover for having done so.
Comeback kid BlackBerry aims high but will it succeed?
The past three and a half years have been tough going for the company but it now believes it has a strategy and an execution plan. In a two-part series, Edwin Yapp explores the resurgence of BlackBerry, including a candid conversation with its CEO, John Chen.
Analysis: What must happen beyond introducing digital policies
Edwin Yapp takes a look at the recent announcements regarding digitisation and reflects on what needs to be done to move forward.
Analysis: How far has Google Cloud come?
How far has Google Cloud come since it signalled its intention to be dead serious about cloud computing for enterprises? Edwin Yapp analyses the situation.
Review: Gear Fit2 Pro gets a swim-capable makeover
The Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro landed recently and Edwin Yapp took it out for a swim… literally. Here is what he found out.
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.
Google bolsters its cloud commitment to Southeast Asia
Gains ground in Asia as more developers, coders and software companies are becoming more interested in finding out what the tech giant had to offer.
Moto G5 Plus: Classic line gets internal makeover
Motorola’s new mid-ranger comes to town and Edwin Yapp puts it through its paces. Here’s what he found.
Nokia 6: The credible but uninspiring new mid-ranger from HMD
With the Nokia 6, HMD has made a decent start to bring an age-old mobile brand back into the mainstream.
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