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To ensure regulatory compliance, companies in Asia looking to adopt software-as-a-service adoption should be mindful about data protection and specific vertical regulations established in the country they operate.
Where has all of Earth's carbon gone? A study says 90 percent is missing, and probably resides in the planet's deepest regions. We might be able to tap it. Uh-oh?
Responding to U.S. plans to investigate Chinese telecom equipment makers, China's State Intellectual Property Office says vendors should resolve IP disputes legally and adds that Huawei and ZTE's IPs are on par with their Western counterparts.
Software as a Service (SaaS) is an increasingly popular delivery model for a wide range of business applications. We outline the benefits and drawbacks of SaaS, present a listing of vendors and consider which kinds of companies will benefit most from outsourcing software provision to the cloud.
South Korean electronics firm is rolling out a slew of enterprise products, a branding campaign, streamlining its channel program and is hiring from other heavyweights.
This blog sets the context of blogger Srinivas Kulkarni's journey within the startup space in India as well as outlines the various areas his posts will touch on.
Speed is part of Nike's new football cleats, from the manufacturing process to the athletes using them.
Will Yahoo's 'no working from home' rule lead more of us back into the office? Should it?
There is plenty of opportunity for datacentre outsourcing in Australia, according to the datacentre operator's senior vice-president and regional head for Asia Pacific Kris Kumar.
Downloads for Extel customers on the Australia's National Broadband Network between 1am and 9am will not count toward their monthly limit.
This week's apps include: Photoshop Touch, WP8 Dev Center, Telstra T-CLoud, Terminal IDE, UniTucker, Coast Guard SafeTrx, Andrew Laming, and Guzman y Gomez.
Australia has now officially joined 38 other nations as part of an international cybercrime treaty designed to assist international collaboration against online crimes.
A shortage of factory workers in China hits close to home for Apple manufacturer Foxconn.
If you think hacktivists are a problem now, just wait. The tools are becoming increasingly easy to use, and the hacktivists increasingly stupid — making everyone a target.
The Hackintosh is a rare species of Mac endangered by Steve Jobs and only seen in the wild every decade or so. Here's the details on how to get a cheap, fast Mac – from a vendor outside of Cupertino.