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Red Hat eyes PaaS market with OpenShift
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Red Hat eyes PaaS market with OpenShift

August 26th, 2012 | by Aaron Tan
Open-source bigwig Red Hat is eyeing the red-hot cloud computing market with OpenShift, an open source application platform in the cloud that lets enterprises deploy applications quickly. The platform-as-a-service, or PaaS,...
Lenovo not quite done with new ThinkPads, brings two new ultrabooks to Singapore
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Lenovo not quite done with new ThinkPads, brings two new ultrabooks to Singapore

August 24th, 2012 | by Raymond Lau
Even with its slew of business machines launched last month, Lenovo isn’t quite done with its ThinkPad line-up this year. The company on Wednesday launched another two ultrabooks here in Singapore: the razor-thin X1 Carbon and...
Nine IT themes that will impact Singapore and the world
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Nine IT themes that will impact Singapore and the world

August 21st, 2012 | by Chan Chi-Loong
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore believes nine IT themes will impact Singapore and the world in its recently released Information Technology Roadmap...
Securing the cloud
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Securing the cloud

August 20th, 2012 | by Aaron Tan
Contrary to popular perception, cloud computing does not make companies more susceptible to cyber attacks. In fact, the dynamic nature of cloud computing architectures makes it more difficult for hackers to break into corporate...
Salesforce.com debuts community tool
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Salesforce.com debuts community tool

August 15th, 2012 | by Aaron Tan
Salesforce.com is extending its Chatter enterprise social networking service to Salesforce Communities, a new tool that allows companies to create private social communities. While Salesforce Chatter supports group collaboration...
Running out of IPv4 addresses? Get them from the U.S
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Running out of IPv4 addresses? Get them from the U.S

August 11th, 2012 | by Aaron Tan
Organisations hoping to buy a little more time to implement IPv6 can now acquire IPv4 addresses from the United States, thanks to a new IP address transfer policy recently implemented by the American Registry for Internet Numbers...
Adobe: Mobile search drives nearly 30 percent of Apac mobile traffic
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Adobe: Mobile search drives nearly 30 percent of Apac mobile traffic

August 9th, 2012 | by Aaron Tan
As we rely more on our smartphones for work and play, our tendency to fire up a mobile search box to look for information naturally increases. According to Adobe’s latest Digital Index report, mobile search now accounts for...
First tap-and-pay services emerge in Singapore, but issues remain
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First tap-and-pay services emerge in Singapore, but issues remain

August 4th, 2012 | by Raymond Lau
Years after mobile payment was first mooted as a new way to pay for things, Singapore users will finally be able pay for taxi and train rides and shopping items by simply tapping their phones on any of the 30,000 retail points...
Brother promises Internet features, faster prints with new laser printers
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Brother promises Internet features, faster prints with new laser printers

August 3rd, 2012 | by Alfred Siew
Brother has come up with six mono-laser and multi-function printers that promise faster, cheaper and more versatile printouts, like dual-sided options, for small and medium businesses in the...
Cutting through the BYOD hype
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Cutting through the BYOD hype

July 30th, 2012 | by Aaron Tan
(Photo credit: ajleon)  The age-old practice among labourers of the past who bring their own tools to work has found its way into the modern enterprise. In the past year, technology companies from mobile security firms to IT...