Fujitsu, the world’s third largest IT services provider, collaborated with key partners to launch its first Fujitsu Day solutions conference roadshow last month. At the event, Fujitsu Asia’s regional CEO Gavin Selkirk, urged CIOs and COOs to get past the fixation on just information alone, and adopt the larger mindset of spurring a better grasp of innovation, integration and infrastructure.
by: LL Seow, contributing editor 12-Nov-2012
Top decision factors for organizations building storage systems for cloud-specific applications or enterprise data centers are physical footprint, operating costs and long-term scalability, according to officials at Seagate.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 30-Oct-2012
Nice Systems has integrated analytics capabilities that will enable organizations to leverage, in real time, big data gathered from customer interactions across voice, e-mail, chat and web.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 23-Oct-2012
Singapore’s A*Star and IDA have set up Business Analytics Translational Centre to help companies gain insights about their business and drive bottom-line growth.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 17-Oct-2012
Identity management will remain a key capability for cloud adopters in the forseeable future. The simple reason is that a notion of trust has to be at the center of managing many-to-many relationships in the cloud, says Eddie Schwartz, CISO of RSA.
by: Khoo Boo Leong 03-Oct-2012
In the cloud, data is provisioned and spread across multiple sites, allowing it to sit closer to the users, speeding response times and boosting productivity. And, because cloud makes IT resources more efficient and IT teams more productive, enterprise resources are freed to be allocated elsewhere.
by: Gabriel Leung, EMC Hong Kong and Macau 21-Sep-2012
CSA's new big data group aims to provide research and guides on six specific themes: big data-scale crypto, cloud infrastructure, data analytics for security, framework and taxonomy, policy and governance, and privacy.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 30-Aug-2012
IT managers need to manage and protect mixed environments composed of physical and virtual assets and equipment from multiple vendors as rapidly rising demand for cloud computing, virtualization and big data adds complexity to IT infrastructure.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 29-Aug-2012
Most of today’s WANs by themselves are simply unable to effectively move terabytes and petabytes of data into the cloud. And service providers are not in a position to assume the costs of supporting big data requirements due to competitive cost pressures.
by: Alan Leong, Silver Peak 29-Aug-2012
In the near future mobile, social and cloud technologies may collide to create “the perfect storm”, an unusual convergence of forces that enables new waves of applications such as info-gratification on the go – where consumers can access information about real world objects they see simply by pointing their smartphones at them.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 22-Aug-2012