Singapore's non-profit healthcare institutions adopt mobile devices, shrugging off image that the industry is a technology laggard.
Prevention is better than cure--service-oriented architecture (SOA) helps reduce bottlenecks and raise service levels.
Are hardware tokens losing favor to other emerging two-factor authentication technologies? ZDNet Asia finds out.
The Committee for Economic Development, a 65-year old advocacy group which claims to represent "the best in business thinking," has issued a clarion call for open source values in medicine
Jobs in higher demand are still in core technology areas like software development, but Singapore will increasingly need people with both technical skills and business domain knowledge to help drive the economy.
A communication plan serves many purposes, from publicizing successful rollouts to keeping execs in touch with the IT roadmap. Here's how to build your plan -- and a few templates to get you started.
Sectors like government, healthcare and financial services are banking on IT to improve service delivery capabilities. Find out how much their IT investments will amount to.
With both Yahoo!'s and Microsoft's directories of users integrated, the miracle of single sign-on makes them in the probable near future part of the Microsoft advertising network, the Microsoft ID management complex, the Microsoft "software plus services" environment -- all by default, all quite convenient. And once you're in as a user, and once the oxygen is cut off to the competition, the world begins to look a lot more like Windows Everywhere over time.
Awareness for open source software has increased, but the level of activities is nowhere it can or should be, industry observers say.
The island-state is a hotbed of technology activities. Here are some quick facts.
Operators will have to find new sources of revenue as the rate of broadband growth in China is slowing dramatically, according to analyst house Ovum.
China's youth are spending more time on the Internet, presenting huge market opportunities for marketers, says analyst.
Linux sales momentum is not likely to slow down this year, but "unprecedented" fierce competition is expected, says analyst.
SMS and ringtones continue to be the most popular mobile data services, while applications such as 2D barcode and location-based services are slowly emerging.
If you work in a traditional Windows-based shop, you could be in for a bumpy ride. Ed Bott explains how IT pros will need to adapt to a variety of changes.
Opportunities abound for tech vendors as the world's most populous nation laps up all things high-tech. Here are some quick facts.
Despite growing competition from China and Russia, industry observers are confident the subcontinent will remain an integral part of any major global sourcing strategy.
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