India-based Dewan Housing Finance Corporation implements cloud security to protect staff and customers from spam and other online threats. With a network that spans 225 locations, it turns to cloud-based security and now removes 99% of all spam off-site, even before it reaches its network.
by: Symantec 05-Apr-2012
In 2011, The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels migrate to the cloud by adopting Microsoft Office 365. To secure customer data, Office 365 complies with various standards including SAS 70. Now, HSH no longer needs to manage platform security, antivirus and disaster recovery, which is already embedded in the subscription.
by: Microsoft 15-Mar-2012
France-headquartered Linedata launches its financial software-as-a-service products using Savvis co-location facilities and network connectivity in Asia and UK. Linedata recorded increase in recurring revenue, primarily due to its SaaS-based Linedata Longview product that Savvis helped deliver.
by: Savvis 15-Mar-2012
Singapore-based online game developer adopts IaaS to save huge capital outlays on building computing capacity and reduce IT delays in product development. On demand resource subscription also ensures more predictability and control over budgets and planning.
by: Tata Communications 06-Mar-2012
TVB fun was a mobile app developed in August 2011 to enable users to cast votes for the Miss Hong Kong Beauty Pageant 2011. Using Windows Azure, the pay-per-usage model allows TVB to pay for computing resources just for the duration of the show, saving the upfront investment cost of tens of millions of dollars.
by: Microsoft 15-Feb-2012
Within 28 days of signing the agreement, Hong Kong's Fleet Management's self-developed ERP system -- which serves multi-purposes such as finding the right crew, and adding an app that alerts staff when an oil change is due on a generator -- was up and running on Rackspace Hosting's servers.
by: Rackspace Hosting 01-Feb-2012