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 16 years of industry experience with various publications including ZDNet, IDG, and Singapore Press Holdings.

Latest Posts

Match made in heaven?

weekly roundup Both AMD and ATI have been underdogs in the processor and graphics cards markets at one point or another. But in recent years, both have managed to overcome the odds to give their bigger rivals a run for their money, with better technology at cheaper prices.

July 27, 2006 by

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India steps up as Asia's powerhouse

weekly roundup Just like the United States took over the reins as the world's leading economic powerhouse a few decades back, India and China--with their IT prowess and sheer market size--have been tipped to be next in line to become future economic giants. And this week, it seems that India has taken its first step toward the throne.

July 20, 2006 by

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India steps up as Asia's powerhouse

weekly roundup Just like the United States took over the reins as the world's leading economic powerhouse a few decades back, India and China--with their IT prowess and sheer market size--have been tipped to be next in line to become future economic giants. And this week, it seems that India has taken its first step toward the throne.

July 20, 2006 by

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Fancy a Coke on your lap?

Is brand building a good enough reason to launch an IT initiative? It is, apparently, for fast-moving consumer goods company Coca-Cola.

July 17, 2006 by Isabelle Chan

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Benioff's charitable pitch

weekly roundup Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff's visit was decidedly the highlight on Singapore's IT industry calendar this week.

July 13, 2006 by Jeanne Lim

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Finding a middle ground

weekly roundup An analyst was spot on last week when he pointed out that enterprises will mix-and-match open-source and proprietary software in their IT infrastructure.Most enterprises are not zealots of technology, and software is just a means to an end--that is, to run their business well.

July 1, 2006 by Aaron Tan

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