How to reduce cloud spend without damaging the enterprise

It can be challenging for enterprises to stay on top of cloud expenses. Here's how FinOps can help reduce it.

4 in 5 ASEAN firms bet on observability 

Nearly three-quarters of technology professionals in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region said C-suite executives in their organisations are advocates of observability,...

Firms still lose data as disaster recovery plans go stale

Three out of every four (76%) IT decision makers (ITDMs) suffered a severe loss of critical data in their organisation and almost half (45%)...

With technology, Signifiy lights its way through a crisis

Signify's Jitender Khurana shares how they used technology to get past the pandemic's hurdles, and what they learned in the process.

BlackBerry CTO on using AI to outsmart cybercriminals

BlackBerry's Shishir Singh talks about dealing with today's sophisticated cyberattacks via emerging tech like AI and ML.

Ransomware is indiscriminate; prepare for everything to fail

Ransomware is increasing in frequency and potency in the enterprise. Here are some ways companies can protect themselves.

UNPAD and Logitech make equitable hybrid education a reality

Universitas Padjadjaran (or UNPAD), a leading Indonesian higher education institution, has deployed solutions from Logitech Classroom Suite.

Petronas goes multi-cloud to boost downstream with CRM platform

Petroliam Nasional (Petronas) entered a multi-cloud deal with Salesforce for a new CRM platform dubbed Petronas360, which is intended to support downstream business growth...

NTU Singapore revamps web presence with Progress

Nanyang Technological University Singapore (NTU Singapore) used the Sitefinity DX platform from Nasdaq-listed Progress to transform its digital presence and web experience.  The university centralised the management of...

2 in 3  IT leaders in Singapore at a loss on DX for workforce

Almost all (96%) of business leaders in Singapore regard their people as their greatest asset, but 75% believe their firms underestimate the people requirements...