Targeting at the telecoms sector, NEC Thailand's SaaS solutions will comprise Web conferencing, human resource management system, customer relationship management, financial solution, GPS tracking system and groupware.
by: Carol Ko 27-May-2011
Targeting at SMBs, the joint offering of CA Technologies' backup and recovery SaaS on Microsoft's cloud platform can be deployed internally or remote offices that lack on-site IT staff.
by: StorageAsia Editors 26-May-2011
When the CIO issues the simple directive: "Move some applications to the cloud," architects face bewildering choices about how to do this, and their decision must consider an organization's requirements, evaluation criteria, and architecture principles.
by: Richard Watson, research director, Gartner 18-May-2011
Given its flexibility, Google's Chromebooks do not run traditional PC software -- though its offers Google Docs which simulate the traditional office productivity experience by allowing users to do word processing, spreadsheets and presentations online.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 17-May-2011
Ovum's latest global cloud adoption survey reveals that CRM, document management and business productivity apps rank the top three business apps most likely to move to the cloud. In contrast, BI, ERP supply and ERP finance rank low in the companies' priority cloud service migration list.
by: Anh Nguyen, Computerworld UK 17-May-2011
The two network optimization companies are jointly offering an application acceleration solution to speed up public cloud-based apps over hybrid cloud networks, using Akamai's Internet optimization technology and Riverbed's WAN optimization technology.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 12-May-2011
Macao Polytechnic Institute implemented a private cloud environment to simplify infrastructure tasks such as capacity planning and DR, and to deliver a Web-based portal for self-service IT resources provisioning. It is now able to provision virtual IT resources in minutes, not months.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 09-May-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
Cloud-based services are ready for the taking, but is the healthcare industry moving any closer to adoption? Microsoft APAC healthcare services director Gabe Rjipma explains the challenges IT organizations face in adopting cloud services for healthcare institutions.
by: eGov Innovation editors 26-Apr-2011
Philippine-based infrastructure provider ArcusIT launched its cloud computing solutions to Philippine businesses in January and last week boasted to be able to host "the next Facebook."
by: Eden Estopace 26-Apr-2011