Eileen Yu

Eileen Yu began covering the IT industry when Asynchronous Transfer Mode was still hip and e-commerce was the new buzzword. Currently a freelance blogger and content specialist based in Singapore, she has over 15 years of industry experience with various publications including ZDNet, IDG, and Singapore Press Holdings. Eileen majored in Journalism at The University of Queensland, Australia, where she wrote an honours thesis titled: To Censor or Not: The Great Singapore Dilemma. In her By The Way blog, she enjoys seeing how far she can push the line when blogging about technology, government regulations, and politics in Singapore and the rest of Asia.

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Gates closes era in computing history

Gates closes era in computing history

weekly roundup Bill Gates will soon be closing his chapter at Microsoft. Dubbed the Thomas Watson of our generation, the company's co-founder and chief software architect this week announced plans to gradually relinquish his day-to-day responsibilities at Microsoft and focus on charity work.

published June 15, 2006 by

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IT helpdesk should be measured, too

IT helpdesk should be measured, too

weekly roundup Your inbox has just crashed, and you need to send an e-mail out to a client urgently. Your Internet connection is also down so you can't use the company's Web-based messaging system.

published June 8, 2006 by

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IT helpdesk should be measured, too

IT helpdesk should be measured, too

weekly roundup Your inbox has just crashed, and you need to send an e-mail out to a client urgently. Your Internet connection is also down so you can't use the company's Web-based messaging system.

published June 8, 2006 by

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With trust, I wed thee?

With trust, I wed thee?

You'll never know how challenging it can be until you go through the experience itself.And no, I'm not talking about business recovery or a virus attack, but preparing for the big day.

published June 8, 2006 by

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Project Equal Access

Project Equal Access

My ankle injury, which calls for a lot of home rest, has made me realize how lucky I am to have the entertainment and mental stimulation despite being cooped up at home. So, if not for cable TV, the Internet and my iPod, I would be bored stiff!

published June 6, 2006 by

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Project Equal Access

Project Equal Access

My ankle injury, which calls for a lot of home rest, has made me realize how lucky I am to have the entertainment and mental stimulation despite being cooped up at home. So, if not for cable TV, the Internet and my iPod, I would be bored stiff!

published June 6, 2006 by

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Asia on a roll

Asia on a roll

An American multinational recently launched a new facility in Asia, and reporters were invited to cover the event graced by executives from its corporate headquarters. This was its first facility outside its home turf.

published June 5, 2006 by

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The mark of a number

The mark of a number

It's the 6th day of the 6th month in the 6th year of the millennium. Most of us would recognize that as a symbol of the antichrist, or more commonly described as the mark of the beast.

published June 5, 2006 by

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Milking Java for Sun

Milking Java for Sun

This year, Jonathan Schwartz got to helm JavaOne--Sun's love fest for Java developers--for the first time after taking over the CEO post from Scott McNealy.The conference is supposedly the biggest ever, since the first JavaOne conference in 1996, attracting some 20,000 visitors including those who participated online.

published June 5, 2006 by

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