Expects paperless initiative to shave 5% off its opex Also sees time savings, can sign up customers faster
Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold highlights the need for an agile network backbone to ride the mobility wave in healthcare and provide better management and availability of critical applications within the network.
LSN started with RM10-a-day budget on Google AdWords for a month to test waters Going into e-commerce allows it to serve customers nationwide, mobile focus now
Telstra's chief scientist and former chief technology officer Dr Hugh Bradlow sits down with Gabey Goh to talk about the future of cloud computing, and how to annoy CIOs.
A coherent view of enterprise architecture guides organisations through their transformational journey, affording better focus on strategic use of emerging technologies and significantly reducing time-to-market, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant.
The latest disruptive technology to command attention, ignite imagination and serve as a harbinger of both hope and danger is wearable technology. It offers unique attributes and myriad applications in a wide range of industries, and offers a platform for continued innovation, Frost & Sullivan said in a statement.
The global financial industry will spend US$6.57 billion on software and IT services for credit risk management in 2014, representing 17.9% of the total investments on all risk management software and services spending, according to IDC Financial Insights.
Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) is playing a crucial part helping organisations discover new ways to optimise business operations and capture new market opportunities. Oracle Asean’s Francis Han looks at the top EPM trends.
The Thai Red Cross Society, one of the largest nonprofits in Thailand, recently adopted Microsoft Corp’s Office 365 to enhance speed and reliability in its communication systems and mission-readiness, the US tech giant said in a statement.
We live in a transformational time particularly in relation to data and how that impacts business, writes Felix Foong of Microsoft Malaysia.