South Korean telco launches mobile-based health management service for corporate users, in attempt to diversity its business and grow new revenue streams.
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Small-scale migration initiatives are preferred against bigger overhauls because benefits can be reaped quicker, and businesses today are pressured to maintain uptime 24 by 7 for their customers.
Indian software industry body will expand its focus as part of restructuring in order to ensure adequate representation of the country's IT business landscape.
Agricultural commodities supplier Olam says developing preconfigured standard templates helped accelerate its IT deployments, reducing deployment time by 40 percent to 50 percent on average.
Partnership to offer cloud-based supply chain management solutions in Asia will give logistics and manufacturing businesses better visibility and avoid costly software upgrades.
IT industry body is studying recommendations including revamping its governance structure, after doubts were raised over its relevancy since being formed 20 years ago.
Geospatial and location-based services will be a key feature for the Web giant's enterprise arm in Asia going forward, as it hopes to help companies get better insights into their stored data.
A clean, touch-friendly user interface and a subscription-based model offering access to more devices should make Office 2013 attractive to an increasingly mobile-savvy Asian consumer base.
Country's government wants to develop a constantly-growing ecosystem of education-related apps for the budget tablet aimed at students.
From near-field communications for mobile wallets to big data, mobility played the lead role in software's biggest moments in Asia last year.