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Saturday, October 31, 2015

Watching iFlix Now (Review)

For a busy person with no time for cinema and conventional TV, iFlix offers to a great escape for high quality movies and TV-series streaming over the Internet.

It offers first month free trial and subsequently only RM 8 per month.

All you have to do is to register and sign-in, and I found it to be pretty impressive.

First of all, the streaming speed is apparently fast.

I do have a way of testing Internet speed. In my house, I subscribed to both TM Unifi and TM Streamyx - former faster and latter slower.

I found that if you try to view trailers from trailers.apple.com, using Streamyx is slow compared to Unifi.

Nonetheless, if you search for the same trailer from youtube.com, both Internet connections offer pretty much the same speed. One of the reason is that youtube.com does provide local caches in the country.

Now, with iFlix, it is fast on Streamyx and not just that, it streams with HD quality.

Thursday, October 29, 2015

IT News Week 5 Oct 2015

For week 4 of Oct 2015.

For this week / last week, here are / were the biggest news.
  • PR - Oct 29, 2015 - Brocade Joins Intel Security Innovation Alliance
  • PR - Oct 29, 2015 - Servion Achieves International Recognition at Service Excellence Awards
  • PR Oct 28, 2015 - Tata Comm.'s IZO™ Private Cloud puts the CIO back in control
  • PR - Oct 28, 2015 - LASER COMPONENTS Presents Inexpensive Replacement for HeNe Lasers
  • Ovum - Oct 28, 2015 - Ovum says record companies the biggest winners in consumer shift from ownership to access
  • PR - Oct 27, 2015 - Get your game on for Dew’s ultimate DoTA 2 challenge
  • PR - Oct 27, 2015 - Huawei and UPM to drive success for Smart Campus Network Project
  • PR - Oct 23, 2015 - Lazada brings The biggest online retail event of the year in SEA
  • PR - Oct 22, 2015 - Wendy Kho Appointed Country Manager for Malaysia
  • PR - Oct 22, 2015 - Kaspersky Lab Survey Shows Businesses Losing Confidence in Suppliers
  • PR - Oct 22, 2015 - Western Digital Corporation Announces Acquisition of SanDisk

Dinasou.com – Malaysia’s 1st Online Supermart – an O2O e-Commerce Platform

Oct 26, 2015

In partnership with the Federation of Sundry Goods Merchants Association of Malaysia, Dinasou.com is Malaysia’s 1st online supermart operating on an Online-to-Offline (O2O) e-commerce model. Officially launched in August 2015, founded by CEO, Mr Lee Kong How who spent nearly 2 years to conceptualize, research, and develop this O2O e-commerce platform to provide integrated and innovative grocery shopping and selling convenience as well as experience to consumers and grocery retailers in Malaysia.

Dinasou.com will enable grocery retailers in Malaysia to sell grocery items through its e-commerce site directly to consumers. The grocery sales will be made possible and convenient via either an Offline-to-Online capability which creates a physical touch-point at the partnering grocery stores to allow consumers to buy grocery not only on the spot by cash, even better, they can scan and buy at “Juresic Mall” via QR codes with their mobile devices like smartphones, tablets and etc which will allow them to buy items of a variety of brands that are not available in-store. Consumers can search and buy other local specialty items that were originally produced out of Malaysia like from Taiwan, Singapore, China and more – all these are available on a section called “Brand Street” on the e-commerce site itself.

Official Launch of Dinasou.com

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Paragon Software Announces Storage SDKs for Android and iOS

Oct 26, 2015:

Paragon Software Group, the technology leader in data security and data management solutions, announces the release of its UFSD software development kits for Android and iOS. The new UFSD SDKs make it much easier to develop apps that take advantage of USB storage.

Mobile OSes are beginning to incorporate USB storage support, but that support tends to be inflexible. This feature only came to Android in version 6 (Marshmallow), and that implementation only supports FAT32. That's a problem for developers who want to produce apps that run on the majority of Android phones and tablets, and an even bigger one for those planning to create cross-platform apps. Furthermore, FAT32 imposes file-size limitations that can be inconveniently restrictive when dealing with large files such as HD and 4K videos.

UFSD for iOS platform

Paragon Software's new UFSD SDKs help fill this gap. Available for iOS (iPhone 5 and later, iPad 2 and later) and Android (version 3.0 and later), they abstract and implement support for multiple partitioning schemes (MBR, GPT and APM) and file systems (NTFS, HFS+, FAT32, ExFAT and ExtFS).

Auto Stock Trading With Almost 75% Confirmed Accuracy

Check this out.

Ultimate4Trading was conceived and developed by co-creators, John Cross, Abbey Walker-Jones, Matty Voss and Ash Patel, from the University of Birmingham, UK, as a final year Computer Science degree project.

After three years of refining UItimate4Trading, they ingeniously combined two algorithms, which process financial data in order to present reliable, winning trades for the user to invest in.

The Ultimate4Trading founders have finally decided to make their algorithm free to the public. However, Matty has stated that there will be a limited number of places for the initial capacity of the Ultimate4Trading? platform available, due to the expected high demand.

Furthermore, after a very productive and successful beta period, Abbey confirmed that they have also improved its accuracy, choosing and presenting correct trades on 70-75% of occasions.

Monday, October 26, 2015

Brocade Disrupts the Traditional Network Visibility Market with Comprehensive New IP Solution

Mobile network operators are under significant pressure as the declining Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) derived from voice services is not being sufficiently offset by the ARPU growth from mobile data. At the same time, customer adoption of Over-The-Top (OTT) services -- such as video -- is exploding, requiring even more network capacity and performance.

This trend is driving the build-out of 4G/LTE networks and early planning for the upcoming deployment of 5G. In these transitions, mobile operators are increasingly relying on visibility and analytics to both control costs and enable new premium services and revenue streams. Unfortunately, traditional visibility infrastructures were not designed to support the latest generation of mobile networks.

To address this key challenge, Brocade today announced new Network Visibility solutions and a partner ecosystem to empower mobile network operators with critical insights into the traffic within their networks, while also transitioning their visibility infrastructures from being closed and monolithic to software-enabled, open, and disaggregated.

Case Study: The China Navigation Company (CNCo) Deploys Acronis Backup on its Fleet

Acronis®, a global leader in new generation data protection, today announced that The China Navigation Company Limited (CNCo) has deployed Acronis Backup on its fleet of deep sea vessels.

CNCo has deployed Acronis Backup & Recovery with Universal Restore software on 29 vessels, covering over 150 servers and workstations. Each vessel has a computer network consisting of a Windows®-based server and a number of client workstations responsible for the overall systems operation, data collection and staff management.

Backups are stored on a local disk partition and on network attached storage devices, which would allow the server to be restored within minutes even on dissimilar hardware.

Acronis Backup software is installed on the server and client workstations. Previously backup had to be triggered manually from each workstation. Now the new system allows management of all backups from the server.

Benefits are:
  • For mission-critical system, failure of which may leave the ship stranded at sea.
  • Ability to quickly recover data and systems if needed without the need for on-shore technical support.

Sunday, October 25, 2015

CIOs foresee an increased headcount in South East Asia

Sep 29, 2015:

The Michael Page Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia 2015/16 CIO Viewpoint and will like to share it with you.

Findings from the newly released 2015/16 CIO Viewpoint show that the hiring outlook for the technology sector is set to look buoyant in South East Asia over the next 12 months.

Other key findings include:
  • 63% of CIOs state that their staff headcount will increase in the next 12 months
  • 42% predict that the job market will improve over the next 12 months
  • 39% of CIOs say mobility is their top priority, followed by 37% prioritising cloud services
  • The top three skills in demand by CIOs are project management, cloud technology and mobility development
  • Career progression is key to retain employees in the technology sector in the next 12 months

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Manoj Bhargava: Keep things simple

Manoj Bhargava (Founder, 5-Hour ENERGY) - TIECon 2013 (HD)

Here are the tips given my Mr. Manoj.

1) Keep things simple.

2) Be useful.

3.) The silicon valley startup culture vs gambling.

4) Say no to aggravation culture.

5) The job of an entrepreneur is to minimize risks

Always remember to exercise common sense and practice a sense of urgency.

6) Hires sergeant instead of officer.

7) You got to test out the idea - see if it has legs.


Malaysian Budget 2016 Commentaries

Here are some commentaries pertaining to the Malaysian Budget 2016 from stewards of ICT industry in Malaysia.

The budget is aimed at helping the rakyat - this is the time where innovation should be focused on helping the people.

I would agree that now is the time to do something for the rakyat, don't always think about money.


Thursday, October 22, 2015

IT News Week 4 Oct 2015

For week 3 of Oct 2015.

For this week / last week, here are / were the biggest news.
  • PR - Oct 22, 2015 - Laser Components Announced Availability of Pulsed Laser Diodes
  • PR - Oct 21, 2015 - BT Selects Caringo to Power Global Cloud Storage Service
  • PR - Oct 21, 2015 - Western Digital Corporation Announces Decision from China’s Ministry Of Commerce Enabling Integration Of Substantial Portions Of HGST And WD Subsidiaries
  • PR - Oct 21, 2015 - Versatile and adaptive connector system for Ethernet-based cabling now available from RS Components
  • PR - Oct 21, 2015 - Hitachi Data Systems Announces New Oracle Database 12C Solutions to Enable the Real-Time Data-Driven Enterprise
  • PR - Oct 20, 2015 - Comodo Makes Acronis Backup Cloud its First Backup Solution for The Comodo ONE Managed Services Platform
  • PR - Oct 20, 2015 - The New HTC One is Brilliant
  • PR - Oct 19, 2015 - Brocade Announces Continued Momentum for Storage Networking in China
  • PR - Oct 19, 2015 - Microsoft Malaysia begins Surface Pro 4 pre-orders via the Microsoft Online Store on Lazada
  • PR - Oct 15, 2015 - Aspect spearheads the Champions quadrant in Frost & Sullivan report
  • PR - Oct 15, 2015 - UOB sharpens focus on supporting the growth of financial institutions in Asia

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

PIKOM BUDGET 2015 ‘Wish List’ For ICT Sector

Oct 19, 2015 - K.L

In view of the upcoming Budget 2016, which is to be tabled on the 23rd October 2015 - as the ‘Voice of the ICT Industry’, the National ICT Association of Malaysia (PIKOM) proposes the following recommendations to the Malaysian government for inclusion in the budgetary plans for the coming year.

The wish list are:
  1. GST Zero-Rated for ICT Products and Services
  2. Across-the-Board Reduction Of Broadband Rates for Individuals, Households and Businesses
  3. Standardisation of Cost & Transparency of Process for Participation in GLC Tenders
  4. Spurring Local ICT Market

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Hitachi Data Systems Collaborates With Universiti Teknologi Petronas On Brain Injury Study

Oct 9, 2015

Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., today announced it has signed a research collaboration agreement (RCA) with Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP), one of Malaysia’s most prominent universities, with the aim of improving clinical support for traumatic brain injuries.

The partnership will bring together Hitachi Cloud Services Connection (HCSC) – Healthcare, a first-of-its-kind open healthcare cloud platform for analytics, with UTP’s biomedical image analysis and analytics. The study will initially be focused on traumatic brain injuries, integrating magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans, blood panels and intensive care unit (ICU) data to deliver precise and instant clinical support that can benefit both patients and healthcare professionals. Because HCSC – Healthcare is based on industry standards, any additional medical data can easily be integrated and analyzed throughout the study.

(L-R) Wee Kai Teck, Datuk Mary Yap, Datuk Ir. (Dr.) Abdul Rahim Hashim


The signing ceremony took place during the 2015 Workshop on Intelligent Signal and Imaging for Biometric Applications (WISIBA ’15) at Le Meridien Hotel and was attended by Malaysia’s Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Datuk Mary Yap Kain Ching, UTP’s Vice Chancellor, Datuk Ir. (Dr.) Abdul Rahim Hashim, and Hitachi Data Systems’ Managing Director for Malaysia, Wee Kai Teck.

UTP's CISIR (Centre for Intelligent Signal & Imaging Research) is spearheaded by Dr Eric Ho, Senior Lecturer, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS Node Coordinator, INCF Malaysia Node.

CISIR was founded in 2000 with the establishment of the first research lab in signal and image processing for medication applications by Prof Fadzil & Prof Venkatachalam.

By 2015, CISIR is hosting the Malaysian Node of the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility (INCF).

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Helping working professionals embrace the New World of Work with Office 2016

According to the “New World of Work” survey, Malaysian working professionals are wanting to work on their own terms – dictating where and when they want to work, but are hampered by various challenges in the workplace – such as having to be in office to access necessary tools and documents, and to collaborate with others.

In Malaysia, the survey results have shown that there is a gap – Malaysians are wanting to adopt the New World of Work, but face difficulties when it comes to addressing these three key principles.

Place
  • The Majority of respondents (56%) still find themselves most productive in an office environment today rather than in external places (i.e. cafes, public spaces).
  • Yet, 81% said that they are still required to be contactable outside of work today in order to complete their work effectively. This means that they have to physically be in office to finish off their work.
People
  • 69% of respondents find that their workplace does not support them working remotely
  • Malaysians are also wanting to work on their own terms, according to 83% of the respondents surveyed – wanting to dictate where and when they work.
Technology
  • 48% of respondents have stated that they need the ability to share ideas, documents and information with colleagues.
  • 48% have also stated that they lack the breadth of productivity tools for collaboration across groups.

Friday, October 16, 2015

Kaspersky: Winnti Group responsible for enhanced attack platform infecting organizations in South Korea, UK and Russia

Oct 8, 2015:

Kaspersky Lab experts tracking the activity of the Winnti group have discovered an active threat based on a 2006 bootkit installer. The threat, which Kaspersky Lab has called “HDRoot” after the original tool’s name “HDD Rootkit”, is a universal platform for a sustainable and persistent appearance in a targeted system, which can be used as a foothold for any arbitrary tool.

The Winnti criminal organization is known for industrial cyberespionage campaigns targeting software companies, especially those in the gaming industry. Recently it has also been observed targeting pharmaceutical businesses.

“HDRoot” was discovered when an intriguing sample of malware sparked the interest of Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT) for the following reasons:
  • It was protected with a commercial VMProtect Win64 executable signed with a known compromised certificate belonging to the Chinese entity, Guangzhou YuanLuo Technology; a certificate that the Winnti group was known to have abused to sign other tools;
  • The properties and output text of the executable were spoofed to make it look like a Microsoft’s Net Command net.exe, obviously to reduce the risk of system administrators exposing the program as hostile.

New Oxford Collocations Dictionary guides you to the right word combination

Oxford University Press and Paragon Software Group release the Oxford Collocations Dictionary. The app targets learners of English who want to improve their accuracy by showing which words work together and which don't. It helps express ideas naturally and convincingly, and is especially useful for writing essays, articles, reports.

The dictionary guides you to the right word combination for your context showing you the most frequently used combinations in both British and American English. The app is also an essential tool for students preparing for the Cambridge ESOL First Certificate or Proficiency Exam, IELTS, or studying other subjects in English.

The key features of the Oxford Collocations Dictionary for Students of English app:
  • 250,000 word combinations, 9000 nouns, verb and adjective collocations.
  • 75,000 examples showing how collocations are used.
  • 25 usage notes on collocations shared by words such as seasons, currencies, and language.
  • 17 topic lists - grouping words in useful subject groups, such as business, clothes and food - which students can edit.
  • Students can create and edit their own word lists.
  • Unfamiliar with a word? Tap any word in the dictionary for a pop-up definition and pronunciation by real British and American voices.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Elitecore bags 2 MVNE/O projects in Southeast Asia

Oct 14, 2015 - Mumbai, India:

Elitecore Technologies, (a Sterlite Technologies Company) is a global provider of Next-generation BSS and Packet Core solution, announces two major wins in Southeast Asia with its end-to-end Convergent, Real time, Pre-integrated MVNE/O platform enabling rapid service delivery & customer care to meet pertinent growth aspects of MVNE/O such as Revenue Generation, Service Differentiation & Cost Optimization.

Dhaval Vora, VP, Product Management, Elitecore Technologies comments– “These two wins are a great start for us in becoming a leading MVNE/O solution provider in Southeast Asia, where the MVNO market is growing at a rapid pace. With the end-to-end multi-tenant platform, Elitecore MVNE/O solution offers reduced TCO and flexibility to monetize and personalize user experience.”

The first win comes with a leading Tier-1 operator to build an MVNE infrastructure enabling multi-brand strategy and multiple MVNOs on the same stack. The multi-tenant highly scalable platform supports complete data segregation capability with high data integrity and security that allows on-boarded MVNOs to have full personalization & control via self-care channels. MVNOs have the flexibility to design and offer their own plans and offers with customized branding on all their customer interface such as invoice, web and mobile self-care app, payment receipt etc.

The second success comes with an MVNO, using mobile network of a leading Tier-1 operator to launch prepaid and post-paid voice, data and messaging services for its customers on 3G/4G network. Elitecore solution is a compact pre-integrated platform with out-of-box support for all MVNO business journey.

IT News Week 3 Oct 2015

For week 2 of Oct 2015, the most interesting news was the announcement of hybrid cloud by IBM.


For this week / last week, here are / were the biggest news.
  • PR - Oct 14, 2015 - LASER COMPONENTS Detector Group has introduced two new IR detectors: IG19 and IA35
  • PR - Oct 14, 2015 - New SimpliVity Omnistack 3.0 Delivers Unparalleled Performance for VDI
  • PR - Oct 14, 2015 - ARMONK, NY - IBM Expands Data Discovery and Q&A Power of Watson Analytics
  • PR - Oct 13, 2015 - WD to Transition WD Green HD Models Into WD Blue Family
  • PR - Oct 13, 2015 - Boosts Up Singaporean Spending With Malaysian Local Merchants
  • PR - Oct 13, 2015 - Acronis Welcomes Steve Goh as Vice President/GM of Sales for Asia-Pacific & Emerging Markets
  • PR - Oct 9, 2015 - Malaysia’s Ebizu Bags 2015 Company of the Year Recognition by Frost & Sullivan
  • PR - Oct 9, 2015 - Companies expanding in Asia fuel UOB’s cash management growth
  • PR - Oct 9, 2015 - RS Components delivers affordable in-car video to protect responsible road users
  • PR - Oct 7, 2015 - Huawei and DOCOMO Collaboration Succeeds with World’s First Large-Scale Field Trial of 5G New Radio Access Technology
  • PR - Oct 7, 2015 - Bloomberg's inaugural Technology Conference Asia to be held in Singapore@Nov 4, 2015
  • PR - Oct 7, 2015 - Brocade Expands its Strategic Wireless Partnerships to Deliver Best-in-Class Campus Networks

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Cheapest Flight Deals Is Few Clicks Far

Skyscanner positions itself as search engine.

It offers comprehensive flight search service as well as online comparisons for hotels and car hire.

CEO and co-founder Gareth Williams was frustrated with the difficult and tedious process of searching multiple airline and travel agent websites to find the best deals for traveling to snow skiing.

It then dawned on him the idea of a single website that could collect, collate and compare prices for every commercial flight in the world.

The company was founded in 2003 with HQ at Edinburgh, currently employing over 700 employees worldwide with offices in Beijing, Shenzhen and Singapore.

It has over 40 million unique monthly visitors and the mobile app was downloaded 35 million times with over 50% returning rates.

It supports over 30 languages.

The revenue for 2014 was 93 million pound.

Saturday, October 10, 2015

How Shadow IT Is Emerging Into The Light

Contributed article by By Mark Micallef, Area Vice President, ASEAN, Citrix

Windows OS, Apple iOS, Blackberry OS, Android OS, on smartphones, phablets, tablets and most recently smartwatches... the list goes on.

We have all come to recognize that we are in a multi-device, multi-OS modern business world.

However, what we are slower in recognizing is that the same diversity we see in the above list, also applies to our data. As bring your own (BYO) becomes the norm, so does the fragmentation of data. It is prime time we start acknowledging this and consider what it actually means for business.

While it may be tempting to ignore or overlook the plethora of choices available for storing and sharing data, the reality is that people have unprecedented freedom to choose among cheap and convenient cloud storage options. This means we are continually creating and storing documents in multiple repositories, across multiple devices, inside and outside the firewall. This practice is commonplace and the number of document silos only seems to be increasing.

So what does this mean for business? With this wide and varied spectrum of document silos, it is becoming more difficult for organizations to manage critical business information, as well as keep it secure. This raises real privacy concerns, especially when the navigation of existing firewalls and integration with legacy systems and applications remain huge hurdles for businesses in achieving true enterprise mobility.

Friday, October 09, 2015

Acronis survey exposes low backup rates among consumers, ranks ’ease-of-use’ as biggest driver of adoption

Oct 5, 2015 - APAC

Acronis®, a global leader in new generation data protection, today released the findings of a consumer survey conducted during the COMEX 2015 technology show in Singapore. The survey was aimed at quantifying the data backup practices among general users of digital devices, including computers, laptops, smartphones and tablets.

The survey found that despite frequent data loss incidents, more than a half of the respondents do not backup any person data, including pictures, video, files, documents, and contact information. The survey also found that those who do back are not taking advantage of the ease of use and advanced capabilities of cloud backup solutions instead using external hard drives and USB flash drives, which can be prone to malfunction, theft and physical damage.

Key Survey Findings:
  • More than 52% of the respondents reported that they experienced data loss between one and three times, and nearly 6% experienced it four or more times in their lifetime.
  • A large proportion of the respondents (55%) currently do not use any data backup solutions.
  • Only 24% of the respondents had ever performed data backup in the past.
  • Most of the respondents (64%) store their photos and videos on external storage devices; 25% store photos and videos in the cloud, and 11% only have the copy on their computers, mobile phones or tablets with no backup copy at all.
  • Software user-friendliness was ranked as the most important aspect of backup (56%), above the feature set (26%) and price (18%).

Wednesday, October 07, 2015

Case Study : Universal Robots empowers Wistron with greater production flexibility

Wistron is the world’s first Original Design Manufacturer to deploy collaborative robots from Universal Robots (UR) in its laptop assembly line, enabling efficient and flexible production.

Since February 2015, Wistron has deployed 60 sets of UR robots in its production,performing functions that include applications such as pick and place, screwing as well as those involving vision systems. With the implementation of UR robots, the company has gained more flexibility for its future production line layout and configuration, effectively improved its product yield and optimised personnel allocation. At the same time, the company is expected to see a reduction in operating costs and enhanced profitability in the long term.

Wistron began automating its production with the installation of robotic arms more than two years ago using other robotic brands.

During that time, Wistron’s laptop production line was unable to achieve complete automation due to technology limitation - the motion range of the robotic arms has to be restricted to ensure the safety of workers.

They realised that they require robots that can function effectively without compromising workers’ safety, robots’ operating speeds and other functionalities within tight spaces.

MTV: 97% Young People Affected by Boredom, Despite Technology

Oct 6, 2015 - Singapore:

MTV Asia unveiled its international research study, “Break Boring, Ignite Passion,” revealing that almost all (97%) of more than 15,000 12 to 24-year-old respondents across 26 countries claimed to be affected by boredom, with two-thirds experiencing it on a weekly basis and nearly one-quarter daily, equating to more than 340 million people aged 12 to 24 being bored at some stage today.

With the average teenager in markets now owning up to six connected devices, MTV’s study suggests that being able to choose from a much wider array of content and social media choices, and the overwhelming access to information they provide, may actually be fuelling boredom in addition to alleviating it. 40% of those surveyed said mindlessly browsing the Internet was one of the most boring activities they undertook, more so than school (39%) and work (33%).

Although three in four say boredom is a part of life, 85% believe it is something you can get rid of. To combat boredom, respondents’ first go-to is media and entertainment – specifically listening to music, watching movies, browsing social media, watching YouTube and entertainment television. Additionally, nearly nine out of 10 respondents cited humour as a key antidote for breaking the cycle of boredom. Meanwhile, those surveyed identified creativity (85%), curiosity (81%) and passion (73%) as valuable characteristics to stop boredom. Additionally, the vast majority (95%) said they are least bored when they’re with friends.

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

IT News Week 2 Oct 2015

For week 5 of Sep 2015, the most interesting news was the announcement of partnership between Acronis and ID Quantique to Bring Quantum-Safe Encryption to Cloud Data Protection.

For this week / last week, here are / were the biggest news.
  • PR - Oct 6, 2015 - XOX Mobile Revises Prepaid Monthly Data Plans
  • PR - Oct 6, 2015 - Exabytes' EasyStore and EasyParcel For Asia’s Hottest eCommerce Market
  • PR - Oct 6, 2015 - RS Components expands hand tool product lines via new partnership with Snap-on Incorporated
  • PR - Oct 6, 2015- Private customer support at Viseca and business customer care at Aduno are based on BSI CRM
  • PR - Oct 6, 2015 - Malaysian Internet Alliance to Participate in Major ‘IoT Workshop’ in TAIWAN
  • PR - Oct 5, 2015 - AT&T and Brocade Join Forces to Extend Network on Demand Platform
  • PR - Oct 2, 2015 - Kaspersky: DDoS Attacks Often Coincide With Other Threats
  • PR - Oct 1, 2015 - ARMONK, NY - IBM advances hybrid cloud capabilities
  • PR - Oct 1, 2015- UMobile to Offer iPhone6