US data giant Oracle will hire around 100 sales staff and consultants working on cloud in South Korea and 1,000 in Asia, the regional manager of the firm's Korean branch has said.
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LG's IT business is launching a cloud-based SaaS marketplace for startups and SMEs to make use of later this year.
Samsung SDS plans to focus on using social network, mobility, analytics, and the cloud to help it triple its revenue to 20 trillion won by 2020.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is in talks with Korean telco KT to provide its cloud services using the latter’s IT infrastructure, reports ZDNet Korea’s Cho Mu-hyun.
Samsung will provide its cloud printing services to South Korea's postal service as its continues to expand its enterprise printing business locally and globally.
Samsung SDS will connect its FIDO-based biometric solution with Oracle's Identity and Access Management (IAM) solution.
The worldwide cloud services market has already become a battlefield for the big guys, with little leeway for small companies to barge in. Korean start-up ASD Technologies disagrees, and vows to take on Dropbox, reports ZDNet Korea’s Cho Mu-hyun.
Despite boasting one of the world's best broadband networks, Korea has been remarkably slow to adopt cloud and may be harming its competitive position, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
The cloud datacentre in South Korea is the ninth in Asia-Pacific for Big Blue and will join its global network of 47 cloud datacentres.
Google will offer 10 Korean media startups its Google Cloud Platform package for free.