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Esri says its GIS technology helping Iskandar Malaysia in its planning
Iskandar Malaysia has been deploying Geographic Information System (GIS) technology from geospatial solutions provider Esri Malaysia, the local subsidiary of Redlands, California-based Esri Inc (formerly Environmental Systems Research Institute).
Three ways mobile BI can revolutionise your business
An in-depth look into mobile business intelligence shows that companies that leverage on these tools are able to communicate value better, operate more efficiently and collaborate easier, writes JY Pook of Tableau Software.
Xchanging extends automatic fare collection system to klia2
Xchanging Plc announced that its automatic fare collection solution for Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd (ERL) is now available at the newly launched Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2).
BYOD: Corporate security and global users’ privacy rights
The economic benefit of BYOD is overpowering the security concerns, but in today’s age of global business, it’s crucial to have a BYOD policy in place that not only protects corporate data, but also follows laws for respecting employee privacy, writes Dell Software’s Matthew Johnston.
CEOs should take charge of cloud deployment: IBM Malaysia head
In this, the third of a three-part interview with IBM Malaysia managing director Paul Moung, he tells DNA that the cloud presents a conundrum that many CFOs are ill-equipped to deal with.
The sunset of the Virtual Tape Library
Mark Bentkower, director of Enterprise Solutions Asia Pacific, CommVault Systems, touches on VTL’s history and how the technology seems to have now reached its sunset.
Seven facts about data-driven cultures in APAC
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) attempted to throw some light on the question of whether there is a big difference between Asia Pacific and the rest of the world when it comes to data-driven cultures in business organisations. The findings throw up a nunber of surprises.
Lean IT emerges as potential aid for CIO struggles
A relatively nascent philosophy is taking hold in the enterprise information technology (IT) space, which could potentially aid chief information officers (CIOs) manage and implement IT in terms of value rather than in technical metrics. Edwin Yapp reports.
In Singapore, IT struggling to keep apps up and running: SolarWinds survey
While applications are now the heart of businesses of all sizes and their performance is the lifeblood of success, IT departments in Singapore organisations continue to struggle to ensure app performance and availability, according to a SolarWinds survey.
Powering clouds with an open approach
Mark Micallef, area vice president of Citrix Asean, shares the key considerations for organisations to shift towards ITaaS and the benefits of doing so.
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