Malaysia-Sweden collaborate to launch Digital Health Innovation Challenge aimed at finding healthtech solutions
Launched 15 January, the challenge invites Malaysia-registered startups to identify healthcare solutions, especially related to non-communicable diseases.
A new study by CA Technologies titled, DevOps: The Worst-Kept Secret to Winning in the Application Economy reveals that DevOps is seeing steady growth and delivering tangible business value for Singapore enterprises in the application economy.
InterCall Asia Pacific’s Christopher Franke does some myth-busting of Unified Communications.
Companies need accessible, adaptable and agile IT to meet today’s demands. Cognizant’s Jayajyoti Sengupta has eight recommendations for CIOs to transition clients to flexible service delivery.
A survey by Parallels indicate that although the majority of analysts polled in the Asia Pacific region prefer a Mac for personal use and are open to using a Mac system in their work environment, their employers have yet to demonstrate support for the use of Mac in the workplace, as well as implement a BYOD policy, writes Eugenio Ferrante.
Organisations will stop managing much of their own infrastructure, and instead, make greater use of on-premises and hosted managed services for existing IT assets, such as their data centres, writes Schneider Electric’s Pankaj Sharma.
Sunway Medical Centre (SunMed) has selected Hitachi Sunway Information Systems Sdn Bhd to implement a next-generation Hospital Information System (C-HIS) by Telstra Health, effectively kick-starting the hospital’s five-year digital transformation programme.
Veritas Architects is one of the largest architecture practices in Malaysia and has always been a strong user of technology, writes Karamjit Singh.
Nutanix said that N2N Connect Bhd, which provides electronic and mobile commerce solutions for the financial industry in Malaysia, has deployed the Nutanix Virtual Computing Platform. Financial details were not disclosed.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) said that it and Singapore Airlines (SIA) have introduced TCS CrewCollab Solution, a tablet-based mobile application for cabin crew to deliver more personalised customer service and to automate and streamline their in-flight processes.