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  • Another evening with Maxis – one year later
    Posted Date Monday, 22 December 2014 12:27
    By Cat Yong   The press and bloggers’ second evening with Maxis session, was distinctly different from the first one held about a year ago.  Maxis CEO Morten Lundal, looked leaner and tanned, while one or two members of his management also sported new distinctive hair styles, perhaps, to reflect their new state of minds (?)
  • Building an analytics cloud on OpenShift
    Posted Date Monday, 22 December 2014 00:00
    Attributed to Dirk-Peter van Leeuwen, senior vice president and general manager, Red Hat Asia Pacific Communication and collaboration between development and operations can be difficult to achieve in many organizations, especially in larger environments. These two areas have traditionally operated within 'silos' separate from each other - something that can lead to delays and miscommunication.
  • Open Networks: Should They Be Interoperable or Proprietary?
    Posted Date Wednesday, 17 December 2014 22:31
    By Sean Ong, Country Manager, Brocade Malaysia The networking industry has seen a long-standing debate between two schools of thought on whether networks of the future should take an open or proprietary approach. Many will say that the debate is over and that most customers want open standards.
  • Changing how business is done with Barracuda Cloud
    Posted Date Wednesday, 17 December 2014 00:00
    By Charles F. Moreira Cloud is now mainstream and an established delivery platform for application workloads, alongside more traditional delivery mechanisms such as co-location, managed hosting, and on-premises data centres.
  • Always On for Malaysian Healthcare
    Posted Date Tuesday, 16 December 2014 00:00
    By Laurence Si, Country Manager, VMware Malaysia & Brunei The healthcare industry is at a disruptive stage globally. In Southeast Asia especially, countries are facing new challenges around sustainability and accountability of their healthcare systems. Malaysia was named the third best country to retire in, according to the International Living 2014 Global Retirement Index, scoring a 95 out 100 in healthcare.

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