IT managers need to consider the sources of data, the frequency of reporting, and how that data will be used, so that they can design policies to identify what to keep, where to keep it, and for how long, writes Mark Bentkower of CommVault Systems.
Whether it comes in the form of a wired connection or WiFi, the Wide Area Network (WAN) is perhaps the only one indispensable factor that big data, BYOD and IoT have in common, writes Tricia Png of Silver Peak Systems.
Enterprises embracing rapid change in the way they do business may have been all the talk in 2014, but this is the year they must put their money where their mouth is, according to Gartner Inc.
Banks in Asia Pacific are increasingly looking at the research and development budgets being spent by vendors on future solutions, according to IDC Financial Insights.
CIOs aspiring to be agents of change in today’s modern enterprise have an opportunity to do so by leveraging digital trends, technologies, and the cultural dynamics they bring to the business, according to Gartner.
The role of IT is being driven by the changing needs of enterprises and a rising end-user expectation of an evolution from business function to business advantage. BMC’s Gavin Selkirk looks at four trends that will contribute to how we live with IT in 2015.
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.
CommVault Systems’ Mark Bentkower discusses the latest trends and services brought by the cloud, and how organisations can now seize the opportunity to leverage on these new functions to enhance their business capabilities.
More than 85% of firms in Asia Pacific believe that the Internet of Things (IoT) will be the most strategic technology initiative for their organisation in a decade, higher than the global average of 80%, according to a survey conducted by Forrester Consulting and commissioned by Zebra Technologies Corporation.
Hong Leong Islamic Bank (HLISB) has officially launched the HLISB concept branch in Cyberjaya, which the bank said uses sophisticated and state-of-the-art infrastructure.