Eileen Yu

Eileen Yu began covering the IT industry when Asynchronous Transfer Mode was still hip and e-commerce was the new buzzword. Currently an independent business technology journalist and content specialist based in Singapore, she has over 19 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 covers industry developments in Singapore as well as other Asian markets, and aims to drive discussions about the impact of government regulations and policies.

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Handle the customer with care

Handle the customer with care

Technology, as my colleague Isabelle Chan wrote the other day in ZDNet Asia's fortnightly SMB newsletter, has largely crept into and become a part of our lives.IT is so ingrained in our lives that you'd expect--even take for granted--systems that revolve around our daily lives to work seamlessly.

October 12, 2006 by in CXO

Handle the customer with care

Handle the customer with care

Technology, as my colleague Isabelle Chan wrote the other day in ZDNet Asia's fortnightly SMB newsletter, has largely crept into and become a part of our lives.IT is so ingrained in our lives that you'd expect--even take for granted--systems that revolve around our daily lives to work seamlessly.

October 12, 2006 by in Enterprise Software

How things have changed

How things have changed

We all know that IT has pervaded our work and social lives, and the times have changed. But I don't remember having felt any abrupt changes; in fact, I think we gradually eased into today's "information age".

October 12, 2006 by in Hardware

How things have changed

How things have changed

We all know that IT has pervaded our work and social lives, and the times have changed. But I don't remember having felt any abrupt changes; in fact, I think we gradually eased into today's "information age".

October 12, 2006 by in Hardware

What's stopping you from blogging?

What's stopping you from blogging?

weekly roundup If personal blogs are a way to keep society in check, then corporate blogs can be a useful resource for companies to connect with society--be it their employees, partners or clients.The number of blogs is currently more than 60 times higher than what it was three years ago, where a new blog is created every second each day.

October 8, 2006 by in Enterprise Software

What's stopping you from blogging?

What's stopping you from blogging?

weekly roundup If personal blogs are a way to keep society in check, then corporate blogs can be a useful resource for companies to connect with society--be it their employees, partners or clients.The number of blogs is currently more than 60 times higher than what it was three years ago, where a new blog is created every second each day.

October 8, 2006 by in Enterprise Software

Say hello to the chief information 'octopus'

Say hello to the chief information 'octopus'

My recent blogs touched on an often-raised criticism that chief information officers (CIOs) lack technical knowledge. I asked several CIOs for their reactions and highlighted the views of two--CIOs Linus Tham and James Loo--in last week's blog.

October 4, 2006 by in CXO

Say hello to the chief information 'octopus'

Say hello to the chief information 'octopus'

My recent blogs touched on an often-raised criticism that chief information officers (CIOs) lack technical knowledge. I asked several CIOs for their reactions and highlighted the views of two--CIOs Linus Tham and James Loo--in last week's blog.

October 4, 2006 by in CXO

One heck of a week for HP

One heck of a week for HP

weekly roundup Hewlett-Packard has had one heck of a week, to say the least. After controversy erupted early this month over the company's use of questionable tactics to investigate an insider leak, HP Chairman Patricia Dunn resigned last Friday ahead of her initial plan to stay on the board until January 2007.

September 28, 2006 by in Hewlett Packard Enterprise

One heck of a week for HP

One heck of a week for HP

weekly roundup Hewlett-Packard has had one heck of a week, to say the least. After controversy erupted early this month over the company's use of questionable tactics to investigate an insider leak, HP Chairman Patricia Dunn resigned last Friday ahead of her initial plan to stay on the board until January 2007.

September 28, 2006 by in Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Dot-mobi: The start of the mobile Internet era?

Dot-mobi: The start of the mobile Internet era?

While mobile browsing has been available on cellphones for years, it hasn't really taken off in a big way.As someone who chews on the top headlines of the day during the daily commute, I appreciate the convenience of staying connected in places where a wireless hotspot isn't in sight.

September 26, 2006 by in Mobility

Dot-mobi: The start of the mobile Internet era?

Dot-mobi: The start of the mobile Internet era?

While mobile browsing has been available on cellphones for years, it hasn't really taken off in a big way.As someone who chews on the top headlines of the day during the daily commute, I appreciate the convenience of staying connected in places where a wireless hotspot isn't in sight.

September 26, 2006 by in CXO

CIOs won't trip on technospeak

CIOs won't trip on technospeak

In my previous blog, I wrote about one vendor's concern that CIOs in Singapore lack technical knowledge, which was echoed by a ZDNet Asia reader.I decided to ask a few CIOs for their reactions.

September 25, 2006 by in CXO

CIOs won't trip on technospeak

CIOs won't trip on technospeak

In my previous blog, I wrote about one vendor's concern that CIOs in Singapore lack technical knowledge, which was echoed by a ZDNet Asia reader.I decided to ask a few CIOs for their reactions.

September 25, 2006 by in CXO

One password too many

One password too many

weekly roundup As a kid, I made a sport out of remembering as many phone numbers as I could. I actually got pretty good at it--so much so that my parents would use me as their phone directory when they needed to call a relative.

September 21, 2006 by in Tech & Work

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