Survey: 75 percent of firms would take hours or longer to spot breach
Although 68 percent of companies said they are prepared for a breach, 75 percent estimated it would take hours, days, or weeks for them to notice that one had occurred, according to a new survey released this morning.
Huawei forms partnerships with SAP and NXP
Explores Industry 4.0 market.
Huawei extends cooperation with SAP
Signs MoU with research institute Fraunhofer ESK at CeBIT 2015.
Anti-censorship group in China faces DDoS attack
An activist group working to end China's Internet censorship is facing an ongoing distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack that threatens to cripples its activities.
Qualcomm faces dispute in China over its local trademark
Qualcomm could face another regulatory headache in China, this time over a trademark dispute with a Chinese company that is asking the local government to intervene and fine the U.S. company US$100 billion for alleged infringement.
Yahoo exits China, closing R&D center
Yahoo is closing its only remaining office in China and laying off between 200 and 300 employees there, news reports said on Wednesday.
S. Korea probes Uber employees for breaking transport laws
South Korean police have launched a probe into Uber's local employees and business partners, accusing the company of violating the country's transport and communications laws.
Nearly half of Asian governments will utilise cloud by 2018: Microsoft
However, the cloud adoption rate is lagging behind the private sector in the region due to misconceptions
Face of Chinese IT industry doesn't please everyone at German trade show
Feted during the opening ceremony, Ma would have been jeered on Monday morning had he been among the first through the gates.
Xiaomi's fitness tech to help power smart shoes
After releasing a fitness smartband, China's Xiaomi is helping to bring the technology to smart shoes.
IDC announces 2015 predictions for China’s Internet industry
The predictions include the growth of O2O commerce, the rise of pan-entertainment industry with IP license as the core, and the increasing use of QR code.
Acer reports profit gains after years of decline
After reporting three years of losses, PC vendor, Acer has revealed a profit boost of 0.5 per cent to $US56.46 million for fiscal 2014 and fourth quarter ending December 31.
Egyptian company says rogue Google SSL certificates were a mistake
An Egyptian company that created unauthorized digital certificates for several Google domains said Wednesday it made a mistake and acted quickly when the error became known.
Apple's iPhone manufacturer to develop cars to rival Tesla
Electronics manufacturer Foxconn, in partnership with internet giant Tencent, hopes to thrive where Tesla is failing.
Microsoft: Office will be free for devices under 10 inches
Microsoft believes that screens smaller than 10 inches aren't used by 'professionals,' so don't expect it to charge for editing and viewing Office documents. Oh, and the Surface Pro mini -- probably dead.
Oracle plans to hire 1,000 sales professionals across Asia Pacific
Hiring meant to drive cloud momentum in the region
Amazon to begin testing drones for superfast deliveries
Amazon will begin testing drones to deliver lightweight packages, but restrictions from US authorities may slow process down.
SolarCity to build its own power grids
SolarCity's microgrids offer software-based monitoring, controls and battery backup.
Anaplan wows its customers and partners at its annual conference in Singapore
Anaplan’s hub15 celebrates the company’s hypergrowth in the Asia Pacific region
Why storing data in DNA is better than in hard drives
New error-correcting DNA sequencing and other improvements could signal the writing on the wall for hard drives.
Singapore’s first Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew dies aged 91
"The Prime Minister is deeply grieved to announce the passing of Mr Lee Kuan Yew, the founding Prime Minister of Singapore. Mr Lee passed away peacefully at the Singapore General Hospital today at 3.18am. He was 91," said the PMO.