Eileen Yu

Eileen Yu began covering the IT industry when Asynchronous Transfer Mode was still hip and e-commerce was the new buzzword. Currently based in Singapore, she has over 16 years of industry experience with various publications including ZDNet, IDG, and Singapore Press Holdings.

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Launching a new product? Celebritize IT!

One of the toughest challenges marketers in the IT industry face is getting people interested in a new product the company is about to launch. Their common gripe: how the heck do you make a rigidly-shaped IT system appear sexy?

December 4, 2006 by

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Excuse me, are you an Asian company?

weekly roundup After months of hard work and much sweat, the ZDNet Asia team is pleased to unveil this year's Top Tech 50 Index which seeks to recognize tech vendors that have exceeded their peers in terms of outstanding financial performance and track record, and a strong commitment to the Asian market.And the winners are...

November 30, 2006 by

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Excuse me, are you an Asian company?

weekly roundup After months of hard work and much sweat, the ZDNet Asia team is pleased to unveil this year's Top Tech 50 Index which seeks to recognize tech vendors that have exceeded their peers in terms of outstanding financial performance and track record, and a strong commitment to the Asian market.And the winners are...

November 30, 2006 by

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Put Green IT on your agenda

weekly roundup In a bid to combat rising energy and fuel prices, there have been some efforts in the last couple of years to produce power-saving or energy-efficient IT systems. But there are "greener" reasons for doing so.

November 23, 2006 by

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Put Green IT on your agenda

weekly roundup In a bid to combat rising energy and fuel prices, there have been some efforts in the last couple of years to produce power-saving or energy-efficient IT systems. But there are "greener" reasons for doing so.

November 23, 2006 by

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The deal that could kill open source

On the surface, it may seem that the Microsoft-Novell agreement was a watershed moment for Linux. After all, many businesses do not want to be slapped with lawsuits by using software that may infringe software patents of any kind (whether software patents even deserve to be granted remains a separate issue).

November 20, 2006 by

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The deal that could kill open source

On the surface, it may seem that the Microsoft-Novell agreement was a watershed moment for Linux. After all, many businesses do not want to be slapped with lawsuits by using software that may infringe software patents of any kind (whether software patents even deserve to be granted remains a separate issue).

November 20, 2006 by Aaron Tan

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Google your way back to health

weekly roundup Didn't we all grow up wanting to be medical doctors, with a dream to rid the world of deadly diseases and end human suffering? It seems we can all be doctors now, well, kinda.

November 16, 2006 by

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