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
How can IT departments keep up with the volume of new data -- more and more of it critical and subject to compliance -- and continue to meet data protection and availability service levels? How can customers balance these conflicting business drivers?
by: Gopan Joshi, Netmagic Solutions 13-Feb-2012
In order to maintain a healthy growth rate in the number of partners offering cloud solutions, cloud vendors need to boost marketing initiatives and help partners educate India SMBs on cloud solutions' value.
by: SMBWorld Asia Editors 07-Feb-2012
Established in 1998, Netmagic Solutions provides co-location, managed hosting, ISP and cloud services in India. It currently operates seven data centers in major Indian cities including Mumbai, Chennai, Noida (Delhi-NCR) and Bangalore with over 200,000 sq ft floor space in total.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 26-Jan-2012
Under the "IBM SmartCloud" portfolio, Big Blue has invested in over US$3 billion in 10 key cloud acquisitions since 2003 and forecasts US$7 billion in cloud revenue by 2015. Read on to learn about IBM's key cloud deployments in China, India, Vietnam, South Korea and Australia in 2011.
by: Carol Ko 29-Dec-2011
Proprietary research determines 75% or more growth in cloud services adoption anticipated in Australia and Japan; double-digit proliferation of hosted servers also expected in China and India as Internet infrastructure continues to expand.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 23-Nov-2011
What are the different data privacy laws in force today? Can the Chinese government seize customer data which resides in a cloud data center in Hong Kong? What actions can firms take to protect their corporate data from government seizure, such as in the name of 'terrorism?'
by: Carol Ko 03-Aug-2011
APEJ IT services spending in 2011 is expected to grow by 8.7% over 2010, with China, Australia and India contributing 72% to the total spending. The two biggest drivers of APEJ IT spending are outsourcing services and new IT projects specifically on "cloud" and "smart infrastructure."
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 27-Apr-2011
Employees across the 38 branches of the restaurant group Bumbu Desa found new ways to collaborate. Using cloud-based collaboration tools, each Bumbu Desa franchise can now share menus, greet diners, and submit their daily sales reports to franchise headquarters via file sharing.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 12-Apr-2011
CIOs and IT in India have been boxed in between modest budget growth at 3.5% and growing legacy requirements. Despite no CIO in India currently reports having the majority of IT running in the cloud or on SaaS, cloud adoption is expected to reach 67% over the next four years.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 08-Apr-2011