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Singapore government to launch infocomm tenders worth S$2.2 billion
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Singapore government to launch infocomm tenders worth S$2.2 billion

May 27th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
-+*The amount outstrips the S$1.95 billion spent last year and is among the highest in recent...
VMware, start-ups racing to dominate the hyper convergence era
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VMware, start-ups racing to dominate the hyper convergence era

April 17th, 2015 | by Aaron Tan
-+*Walk into any data centre and you will find racks of servers, network switches and storage drives that power the apps and social media tools that we rely on each day. Hooking up those systems is not always an easy task. IT...
Building the connected enterprise
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Building the connected enterprise

April 14th, 2015 | by Staff Writer
-+*Brought to you by EnterpriseIT2015 Recent developments in technology over the last decade have made it possible for businesses to inch closer towards becoming a connected enterprise – one that is more productive, makes...
A connected world to revolutionise lifestyles, enterprises, cities
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A connected world to revolutionise lifestyles, enterprises, cities

April 6th, 2015 | by Staff Writer
-+*Brought to you by CommunicAsia2015 At home, in the office and on the go, an orchestra of smart devices connected to a new Internet of Things is set to radically change the way people live in Asia-Pacific. Whether they are...
Salesforce pumps up predictive smarts in Marketing Cloud
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Salesforce pumps up predictive smarts in Marketing Cloud

March 6th, 2015 | by Aaron Tan
-+*Marketers looking for a way to personalise their offerings based on how potential customers are interacting on websites, social media and other channels now have a way to do so. Earlier today, cloud service provider...
Kaspersky’s QR code scanner also checks for malware
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Kaspersky’s QR code scanner also checks for malware

February 8th, 2015 | by Aaron Tan
-+*QR codes may offer a useful way to look up information, but they can also be abused by fraudsters to lure users to malicious websites. A study by researchers from Northeastern University in 2013 found that QR codes are...
Parallels Access 2.5 supports more devices, including Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4
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Parallels Access 2.5 supports more devices, including Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4

January 17th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
-+*You can now run your PC software remotely on the small screen using Samsung's S Pen...
New tool to track use of open source Web code
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New tool to track use of open source Web code

January 2nd, 2015 | by Aaron Tan
-+*With no way of tracking how well open-source Javascript libraries are used on websites, developers are often unable to gauge the impact of their work in the larger community. That is set to change with a new tool developed...
Fynd looks to disrupt market for tech support services
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Fynd looks to disrupt market for tech support services

December 26th, 2014 | by Aaron Tan
-+*The sharing economy is showing no signs of abating, with anything from cars and apartment rooms to DIY tools and talent being increasingly shared on a myriad of online brokering services that have mushroomed in recent years....
The cloud at your service
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The cloud at your service

December 20th, 2014 | by Staff Writer
-+*Brought to you by ReadySpace Managing thousands of part-time workers is no small feat at one of Singapore’s largest manpower agencies. Since 2004, TCC Group has been supplying service staff – sometimes at short notice –...
Singapore workers spend nearly 10% of time at work on online shopping and social media
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Singapore workers spend nearly 10% of time at work on online shopping and social media

December 18th, 2014 | by Aaron Tan
-+*Employees at small companies are also likely to spend more time at work on such activities than those at large enterprises, which are more likely to restrict employee access to the...
Apple, IBM unveil new business apps
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Apple, IBM unveil new business apps

December 10th, 2014 | by Aaron Tan
-+*Apple and IBM have unveiled the fruits of their partnership to deliver mobile apps that bring big data and analytics capabilities to iPhone and iPad users in the enterprise. Dubbed IBM MobileFirst, the first set of 10 iOS...
Infor: Amazon partnership is strategic but non-exclusive
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Infor: Amazon partnership is strategic but non-exclusive

December 4th, 2014 | by Aaron Tan
-+*When Infor announced its controversial decision to tap on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to serve up its cloud apps, many industry observers stood up and took notice. After all, enterprise software companies that sell...
Singapore businesses lose over US$1 billion from data loss and downtime
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Singapore businesses lose over US$1 billion from data loss and downtime

December 3rd, 2014 | by Aaron Tan
-+*Singapore companies have lost over US$1 billion from data loss and downtime over the past year, a new study has found. On average, they experienced more than three working days of unexpected downtime, and represent 66 per...
Q&A: Why being agile matters
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Q&A: Why being agile matters

December 1st, 2014 | by Aaron Tan
-+*The rapid advances in technology and growing consumer demands have put more pressure on companies to deliver products and services at a much quicker pace than before. Some organisations have started to tackle this challenge...
Plugging the Office productivity gap
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Plugging the Office productivity gap

November 28th, 2014 | by Aaron Tan
-+*Human beings are creatures of comfort. We often resist change even though we know it’s best for us. Take our use of Microsoft Office, for example. While Microsoft continues to deliver hundreds of new features with each new...
SAP sinks deeper roots into SMB space, extends financing scheme
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SAP sinks deeper roots into SMB space, extends financing scheme

November 21st, 2014 | by Aaron Tan
-+*SAP is pushing deeper into the small and medium sized business (SMB) market in a bid to shed its image as a provider of expensive business software for large...
Gartner: Singapore government to spend US$3.2 billion on IT this year
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Gartner: Singapore government to spend US$3.2 billion on IT this year

November 18th, 2014 | by Aaron Tan
-+*Fuelled by public sector spending on software, IT manpower and outsourcing, the Singapore government’s IT bill is expected to reach US$3.2 billion this year, according to estimates by Gartner. The technology...
Microsoft goes big on open source with .Net
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Microsoft goes big on open source with .Net

November 17th, 2014 | by Aaron Tan
-+*When former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer famously called Linux a cancer over a decade ago, little did he realise that open source software would go on to become a big part of the technology industry. Around that time, Microsoft...
With Sqoope, Singapore IT firm TalariaX pushes deeper into enterprise messaging market
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With Sqoope, Singapore IT firm TalariaX pushes deeper into enterprise messaging market

November 9th, 2014 | by Aaron Tan
-+*Mobile messaging services such as WhatsApp are popular among consumers, but they are often shunned by enterprises for lacking security features and integration with corporate IT systems. A slew of enterprise messaging...