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NetSuite expands internationally after Oracle acquisition
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NetSuite expands internationally after Oracle acquisition

April 3rd, 2019 | by Grace Chng
Life after Oracle is good for NetSuite, one of the oldest software-as-a-service companies. At SuiteWorld 2019, the company says it has boosted...
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Singapore shoots up supercomputing rung with Aspire 1

March 13th, 2019 | by Grace Chng
With an upgrade planned this year, a Singapore supercomputer called Aspire 1 will soon join the ranks of the world’s most powerful...
Managing a chatbot like a typical employee
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Managing a chatbot like a typical employee

March 7th, 2019 | by Grace Chng
Chatbots have to be better managed as more of them are involved in daily interactions with customers, say experts at a recent industry panel...
Q&A: More flexibility with storing data is key, says Veeam
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Q&A: More flexibility with storing data is key, says Veeam

March 5th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Organisations are looking to manage data in a way that unlocks its use and drives business transformation, says...
Singapore startup Connectome wants to use game AI to make smarter virtual agents
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Singapore startup Connectome wants to use game AI to make smarter virtual agents

March 1st, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Singapore startup Connectome is creating a virtual human agent that promises to understand a real-world situation and converse as a human...
Deploying Windows and Mac on a large scale
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Deploying Windows and Mac on a large scale

February 28th, 2019 | by Techgoondu
When online luxury retailer Gilt Groupe K.K. wanted to run Windows programs on its all-Mac infrastructure, it turned to a solution that could operate stably and at...
In Japan, technology is helping to predict a tsunami, recycle water for affected citizens
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In Japan, technology is helping to predict a tsunami, recycle water for affected citizens

February 27th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Despite being a nation always on guard against natural disasters, Japan learnt some painful lessons in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that killed more than 10,000 people and caused a nuclear plant meltdown that affected many...
Asia-Pacific businesses need to do more to prepare workers for AI
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Asia-Pacific businesses need to do more to prepare workers for AI

February 22nd, 2019 | by Grace Chng
Worryingly, a new study shows that many Singapore companies have no plans to help employees acquire AI-related...
Wi-Fi 6 will better connect wireless devices in a dense area, says Ruckus Networks
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Wi-Fi 6 will better connect wireless devices in a dense area, says Ruckus Networks

February 11th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Wi-Fi 6 will play a different role in a world where 5G is blanketing everything with its low-latency coverage, said Bart Giordano, senior vice president for worldwide sales at Ruckus...
Singaporean helms HP Asia-Pacific, joins elite group  leading Asian operations of global tech companies
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Singaporean helms HP Asia-Pacific, joins elite group leading Asian operations of global tech companies

February 8th, 2019 | by Grace Chng
Ng Tian Chong of HP Inc. joins an elite and small group of Singaporeans who are leading the Asian business of global tech companies....