Asia Cloud Computing Association
As data center demand heats up due to the the cloud's demands, will software and green initiatives define the data center?
by: Melissa Chua 12-Feb-2014
The use of clean energy sources to power huge computing clouds is an attractive option for data center operators, but the choice is not a straightforward one.
by: Amir Haghbin, Advisor, ACCA and Founder at Cloud Malaysia Infocenter 04-Feb-2014
The implications of cloud computing look too risky for financial organizations. The more inevitable cloud becomes, the more fearful banks become.
by: Omid Mahboubi, Asia Cloud Computing Association 16-Jul-2013
The Asia Cloud Computing Association has launched the online version of its Cloud Assessment Tool to help businesses choose the most suitable cloud provider. The CAT provides a standard framework that allows IT users to measure their requirements against vendor offerings.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 04-Mar-2013
In the Cloud Readiness Index 2012, Japan ranked ahead of South Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore, scoring highest in the categories of international connectivity and business sophistication, and equal highest in data privacy and freedom of information access.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 14-Nov-2012
At the ACCA, Manish Goel will participate in collaborative meetings, continue to promote industry standards, and provide a platform for industry members to combine resources in the area of security.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 29-Oct-2012
Using a matrix of parameters to map cloud services requirements and offers, ACCA's Cloud Assessment Tool helps enterprises to evaluate cloud vendors objectively on a scale of Level 1 to 4.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 21-Jun-2012
Computerworld Hong Kong and the Macao Computer Society co-hosted a late-April event at Macau Tower attended by Macau's digerati. ICT experts in the fields of telecom, security, predictive analytics, logistics and gaming attended, drawn by the theme: "Securing the new tech trends -- Big Data, Cloud and Mobility.
by: Stefan Hammond, Computerworld Hong Kong 17-May-2012
Hong Kong Cyberport's incubation program provides start-ups the needed financial assistance and support to build their cloud hosting businesses. According to Asia Cloud Computing Association, the best way forward to develop one's cloud capacity is to widen exposure and get mentorship.
by: Carol Ko 02-Mar-2012