Launched in 2008, Yammer provides a standalone private social network service for corporate users on cross devices, including iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry and Windows.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 26-Jun-2012
SolarWinds is giving organizations the flexibility to manage one or both VMware and Hyper-V hypervisors as they build out a foundation for private cloud.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 12-Jun-2012
Customized from Microsoft's cloud-based CRM system, the new Volunteer Management System helps NGOs in Hong Kong to manage their social services cases online, and promptly screen and match volunteers with the intended service recipients.
by: Carol Ko 05-Jun-2012
Microsoft is gradually moving its lines of business to its own Dynamics AX solution, which will evolve as an enterprise cloud service offering in its next major release.
by: Khoo Boo Leong 05-Jun-2012
In Hong Kong, one-third of NGOs are deploying some form of cloud solutions, with email and file storage/sharing being the most common ones. But close to 50% of surveyed NGOs revealed the lack of comprehensive security protection.
by: Carol Ko 31-May-2012
To establish a corporate face for email, Hong Kong-based manufacturing and trading company Mulitex Group migrates its corporate email system to the cloud for enhanced data security and scalability.
by: Carol Ko 24-May-2012
Findings of a new APAC cloud security survey show that 57% of SMB "cloud users" reported reduced time spent on managing security, and are saving an averaged 26% on their IT budget due to using the cloud. About half of them experienced "higher levels of security" since moving to the cloud.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 24-May-2012
Better collaboration is usually the top organizational priority that will drive business growth and more SMBs in the region are investing in collaboration tools that support business goals, according to Andrew Pickup, Microsoft’s Asia-Pacific CMO and COO.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 17-May-2012
India-based conglomerate Essar Group is delivering some of its web applications through Windows Azure, Microsoft's cloud services platform, and believes that the move is resulting in increased profitability and cost reduction.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 07-May-2012
For three months, AICTE will deploy Microsoft's cloud-based productivity and collaboration tools to 7.5 million users in 10,000 technical education institutions to help reduce costs and simplify IT management.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 16-Apr-2012