Flash is already causing massive upheavals within the data centre and we’re just at the beginning of a tipping point, writes Vaughn Stewart of Pure Storage.
Pure Storage’s Asia Pacific and Japan CTO Michael Cornwell explains what flash technology is all about, and what enterprises should consider when looking into it for their storage needs.
IDC said that the Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APeJ) Unified Communications (UC) On-Premise Infrastructure market grew 1% year-on-year (YoY) in the first half of 2014.
From a ‘high-touch’ business, Amway Malaysia has added as much technology as it can into its operations to turn it into a high-tech business as well. Today, 45% of its US$256 million worth of business comes from online.
The BYOD and digital workspace trends present a challenge to IT departments. Edwin Yapp looks into the issue.
CIOs need to transform IT into profit centre, no excuses! IoE to drive US$19 trillion in value over next 10yrs
Companies that foster creativity achieve more exceptional revenue growth than their peers, according to the Creative Dividend survey conducted by Forrester Consulting and commissioned by Adobe.
Companies that reject a customer-centric approach by maintaining their traditional organisational structures, continuing their piecemeal investment in technology and listening to their internal functional experts rather than the voice of the customer, will fail to grow and increase their competitive advantage, according to a new global report by EY.
Many emerging markets in Asia have recognised the potential and benefits that modular solutions offer to both owners and operators, but while there are many merits, there are some instances when they may be unsuitable, writes Nick Parfitt of DCD Intelligence.
Information technology (IT) departments are still struggling to make their organisations more agile and flexible to better serve their business counterparts, according to open source cloud vendor Red Hat Inc.