Fear of obsolescence, along with competitive compensation and benefits, are the key concerns for employees in Asia Pacific, according to a new report by SAP, produced in conjunction with independent research group Oxford Economics.
Data platforms that allow companies of any size to create a ‘data culture’ and ensure insights reach every individual in the organisation, will harness greater business value from their company data, writes Microsoft Malaysia’s Felix Foong.
Investment in big data technologies continues to expand, according to a recent survey by Gartner Inc which found that 73% of respondents have invested or plan to invest in big data in the next 24 months, up from 64% in 2013.
Singapore Management University (SMU) has boosted its network to support wireless access for up to 99% of its entire city campus using technology from Sunnyvale, California-based Aruba Networks Inc.
Petron Corp has selected San Francisco-based Anaplan's business planning and execution solution for its sales and demand forecasting.
Citrix Asean’s Mark Micallef highlights the megatrends that are shaping the future of work, and how organisations can ride on the ‘Personal Digital Advantage’ and reap its benefits.
Fortinet announced that Sin Chew Media Corporation Bhd, Malaysia’s largest Chinese language publisher, has deployed its FortiGate network security platform to protect its network against growing online threats, improve business continuity and enable bring-your-own-device (BYOD) usage among its staff.
In the era of the ‘always-on’ business, it is not enough anymore that you have top-of-the-line IT security tools. Your security structure should not be implemented according to a compliance checklist, writes Sebastiaan Wahlers of Accenture.
In this article, Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold sheds some light on SDN technology, and touches on how the technology can help IT teams to address their networking challenges to better respond to the rapidly changing needs of business in the midst of modern market demands.
Singapore Advanced Research and Education Network (SingAREN) has unveiled its SingAREN-Lightwave Internet Exchange (SLIX), a 100 gigabit per second (Gbps) community network with a Brocade MLXe-4 router at its core.