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Analysts are going to have a lot of questions this afternoon given the Intro security debacle.
Following the acquisitions of Dodo and Eftel, telecommunications company M2 has announced a restructure of the company, with up to 100 positions being made redundant.
What does the Internet mean for the next generation? Bryan Tan speaks with two young IT professionals from Nepal and Trinidad and Tobago at the Internet Governance Forum this week in Bali, Indonesia.
As glamorous as it might be, working for a startup entails many challenges and going the extra mile. Among the factors to succeed include managing expectations, being an intrapreneur, and knowing when to stand up even against a client.
The number of IT services deals also doubled in Q2 with deal value increasing by a whopping 758 percent.
Here's a push notification for you: the LinkedIn iPad app is getting an overhaul.
The Singapore lab is its first worldwide and will help customers execute advanced analytics projects. It will offer affordable access to its data scientist and lab resources, and also provide training co-funded by the government.
Employees aged 21 to 32 in Asia will circumvent corporate policies governing the use of personal devices for work, and 12 percent will not inform their company if these devices have been compromised, reveals survey.
White, male, middle aged -- sound familiar? While the stereotype is still largely true, the demographics are changing.
The global facility in Singapore will help train staff, partners and clients in Southeast Asia and Oceania, in line with its strategy to strengthen localized products and marketing.
As HTC continues to fall into the financial abyss, its recently appointed public relations chief leaves the company.
LinkedIn is making moves towards hosting a greater portfolio of mobile apps much like those of Evernote and even Facebook.
With the bank's former CIO receiving a promotion, the new COO will look after operations and IT.
Overworked corporate IT departments are using more contract labor to help take on new initiatives. Is this a positive trend?
Handling non-performers in startups is a challenge for many new entrepreneurs. Some advice from veterans include valuing attitude more than competence, and identifying if problems are caused by lack of skill or will.