Managing data leaks from within the organization is the top security priority of businesses in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a new ZDNet Asia survey.
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Although the number of companies implementing eco-friendly practices has grown, environmental issues still rank low on Asia's business agenda.
Nineteen cities from the region have made it to the top 50 list of emerging global outsourcing cities, with Cebu City in the Philippines in first place.
Yes, says Ovum analyst, who notes that small and medium-sized companies can tap on Web 2.0 tools to gather information about their customers.
Governments must take the lead to encourage adoption of cleaner technology, and decide what they can do to help green IT have a significant impact in the region.
Country's small and midsize businesses will invest US$7.2 billion, or 78 percent of Indonesia's total infocomm technologies spend in 2008.
Linux will gain more ground as an enterprise platform while mobile-commerce will see better adoption across the region, says research house XMG.
Asian countries, particularly emerging economies, will benefit from a 10 percent cut in software piracy rates by 2011, BSA report finds.
The Asia-Pacific PC market enjoyed a stellar 2007, growing 20.9 percent and shipping 66.6 million units last year, IDC figures indicate.
The country's small and midsize business ICT expenditure is projected to increase by 11 percent over 2007 and boosting IT security infrastructure is the top priority, says AMI-Partners.