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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

IT News Week 5 Feb 2017

For IT News Week 4 Feb 2017.

For this week / last week, here are / were the biggest news.
  • PR - Mar 2, 2017 - Korean Fever is Burning Up in Malaysia
  • PR - Mar 1, 2017 - Canon Celebrates 30 Delightful Years
  • PR - Mar 1, 2017 - Axiata Digital and Huawei sign MoU to bring IoT capabilities to Axiata footprint across Asia
  • PR - Mar 1, 2017 - Taipei, Taiwan - BIOSTAR Announces AMD B350 RACING Series Lineup
  • PR - Mar 1, 2017 - SG - MediaMath launches new suite of audience solutions in the region
  • PR - Feb 28, 2017 - AccuWeather "Video First" Strategy Drives 160% Video Audience Growth
  • PR - Feb 28, 2017 - Sophos Announces Unified Security and Control for Mobile Devices, Laptops and IoT devices
  • PR - Feb 28, 2017 - SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Linux Hyperledger Continues Strong Momentum in 2017 with 11 New Members
  • PR - Feb 28, 2017 - Exabytes Acquires 100% of HT Internet In Strategic Move
  • PR - Feb 28, 2017 - U Mobile’s ‘booKu’ Enables Avid Readers to Buy E-Books and E-Magazines Via Mobile Plans
  • PR - Feb 28, 2017 - Nimble Storage Introduces the First Multicloud Storage Service
  • PR - Feb 27, 2017 - Microsoft and Ministry of Higher Education come together to empower students with world class technology
  • PR - Feb 27, 2017 - SG - Samsung Asia Partners SK Planet to Grow e-Commerce in Malaysia
  • PR - Feb 23, 2017 - TiVo Powers Sharp’s New Blu-ray Disc Recorders with G-Guide HTML

Monday, February 27, 2017

Sunday, February 26, 2017

GoVeggie Malaysia : Issues : App crash on viewing Vendor Detail

 GoVeggie Malaysia : Issues : App crash on viewing Vendor Detail.

This happened to my iPhone SE.

--> Location not enabled for the app.


Settings --> GoVeggie Malaysia --> Location

Change to 'While Using the App'.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Symantec Unveils the Industry’s Most Complete Cloud Security Solution

Feb 15, 2017

As enterprises embrace cloud applications and infrastructure at an unparalleled rate, Symantec is enabling this transition to the Cloud Generation through stronger protection, greater visibility and better control of critical assets, users and data. The Symantec Cloud Security Platform delivers the broadest and deepest set of security solutions, delivered in the cloud and for the cloud.

The challenges:

Enterprises are experiencing a fundamental shift in the way their employees and customers consume technology. The influx of personally-owned devices, ubiquitous high-speed internet, and cloud-based computing platforms is redefining the traditional IT landscape, and delivering advanced operational capabilities. With the adoption of fully outsourced cloud applications and infrastructure, critical assets, data and users are moving well beyond the traditional corporate security perimeter.

Unfortunately, most security providers are simply providing isolated parts of what is required to secure these transformations, yet the cloud generation mandates a new model of integrated security. The Symantec Cloud Security Platform uniquely provides a complete means for the chief information security officer (CISO) of the modern enterprise to securely enable cloud adoption, while unifying both cloud and traditional on-premise environments for seamless security. Symantec is driving this transformation through a robust, open platform that integrates critical security and compliance frameworks while delivering the most comprehensive set of controls available to protect users and the organizational data with which they interact.

New Innovations Delivering Unrivaled Security for the Cloud Generation

With today’s announcement, the Symantec Cloud Security Platform gains entirely new capabilities for securing critical assets, data and users across the cloud continuum, while leveraging the power of Symantec’s category-leading security solutions to assist customers on their journey to the cloud.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Hitachi Unveils New Video Analytics Software To Deliver Operational Intelligence and Security Insights for Smart Cities and Digital Enterprises

Hitachi Insight Group today unveiled new video analytics software to enhance and extend its Smart City and Public Safety solutions portfolio. Hitachi Video Analytics (HVA) combines computer vision and advanced analytics to extract rich insights and generate real-time alerts that can provide cities, airports, campuses, and transportation agencies. Functionalities include Operational and business intelligence: people counting, queue detection, activity analysis, directional counting, and image enhancement to deliver insights that help cities, businesses and other organizations improve operations and customer experiences in terms of operational and business intelligence. It also helps to protect individual privacy, which can help to reduce their risk and liability.

In Smart Cities, data becomes retail insight with instore metrics

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

OutSystems Reports $100M in Sales and 50% Year-Over-Year Software Revenue Increase

Feb 14, 2017 :

OutSystems today announced that it has begun 2017 with record growth. With companies increasingly looking for faster, more efficient ways to build enterprise applications, demand for the OutSystems low-code development platform has soared, leading to considerable expansion across the business.

“Digital transformation is one of the biggest opportunities and challenges facing today’s businesses,” said Paulo Rosado, CEO of OutSystems. “It’s putting companies under tremendous pressure to build business applications faster and with fewer resources than ever before. OutSystems continues to be extremely well positioned to take advantage of that trend by offering a low-code platform for rapidly delivering enterprise mobile and web applications.”

Monday, February 20, 2017

IT News Week 4 Feb 2017

For IT News Week 2 Jan 2017.

For this week / last week, here are / were the biggest news.
  • PR - Feb 20, 2017 - Carbon Black Secures Perfect Prevention Score in NSS Labs’ Advanced Endpoint Protection (AEP) Test
  • PR - Feb 17, 2017 - BIOSTAR RACING Series Motherboard Lineup for AMD RYZEN Announced
  • PR - Feb 16, 2017 - U Mobile Packs a Punch with its All New Prepaid Plan 'UNLIMITED POWER'
  • PR - Feb 15, 2017 - EasyParcel and Bison Partner to Resolve Last-mile Logistics Challenge In eCommerce
  • PR - Feb 15, 2017 - HP reinvents security with global campaign starring Christian Slater
  • PR - Feb 15, 2017 - AOMEI Technology Released Multcloud service to V4.2.0
  • PR - Feb 10, 2017 - Apache Spot (Incubating) Provides Scalable, Flexible, Open Source Cybersecurity Hub for Forensic, Telemetry and Contextual Data
  • PR - Feb 9, 2017 - Sophos Positioned as a Leader in Gartner 2017 Magic Quadrant Report
  • PR - Feb 8, 2016 - Acronis Adds Microsoft Office 365 Backup to Acronis Backup 12

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

What’s love got to do with IT?

By Matthew Johnston, Area Vice President, ASEAN & Korea, Commvault

Business leaders experience a love hate relationship with data. With no time to have their head in the clouds, CIOs need to choose the right partner to fall back on during hard times, think big and execute a better overall data management strategy in an ever-changing complex IT landscape.

Matthew Johnston, Area VP, Asean & Korea, Commvault

Let’s not forget – break ups happen. What consequences will enterprises face in the event of a "break up" or communications breakdown between departments? It is, thus, vital to embrace and implement effective data management strategies, more than ever before.

In the Month of Love, we at Commvault have pulled together our insights to draw up a list of predictions for 2017. This year, we see that business leaders will continue to make better business decisions leveraging greater insights from data to prioritise their IT investments wisely. Sweet endings do exist, after all.