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Baidu launches search engine for Brazil

China's Baidu is stepping into another major market with a search engine geared for Brazil, and is preparing to set up a research and development center in the country.

Embracing IaaS

Consider easy access to IaaS capabilities as a means to enable increased innovation, experimentation, and even the ability to "fail fast" and move on with minimal pain, reduced disruption, or risk to either business processes or IT operations.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

CAREERS

How to negotiate and get what you want

And do this while maintaining healthy relationships with your colleagues

IT GOVERNANCE

Google may bring Wi-Fi to New York City pay phones

Google may be among the hopefuls vying to turn the New York City phone booths of the past into "communication points" of the future with free Wi-Fi and cellphone charging.

LEADERSHIP AND MGMT

Enterprise collaboration will drive digital transformation

Digital transformation is on the menu for most companies this year, but the ingredients needed are still being determined. However, new research highlights the recipes companies are using to evolve internal processes, structure and culture to match the evolution in customers' behaviour.

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RESOURCE CENTRE

APPLICATIONS

China leads the world in effective CEM

CEM initiatives may lead to customer satisfaction, loyalty and retention, which translates to business growth, said Avaya.

CLOUD COMPUTING

iland expands into Pacnet’s data centre in Singapore

This move satisfies the growing demand for optimised global cloud services in the Asia Pacific region.

DATA CENTER

Mature datacentre footprint still has room for innovation: Veeam

Even as the local datacentre market reaches saturation point, Veeam is seeing continued investment in the sector.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

Want an Apple watch? Just 3D print one

An industrious design graduate from the University of Edinburgh has posted a 3D printing CAD file for a wrist ban that allows users to insert an iPod Nano, which can act as a watch, music player and more.

INDUSTRIES

Westpac NZ to launch PayTag in October

The company is trialling a digital wallet solution and states that its strategy could take it on a different path from that of the TSM programme

INTERNET

Virtru launches business email encryption service for Google Apps

The service, which allows for administrator control of messaging, is free to try through later this year.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Are deskphones dead in the enterprise setting?

Jan Zuurbier, head of Global Sales at Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, discusses how the evolving enterprise infrastructure accommodates the mobile landscape, and why deskphones are still of relevance in the corporate world.

NETWORKING

More mobile gadgets than people? Seven countries now qualify

Finland, Australia, Japan, Sweden, Denmark, South Korea and the U.S. had wireless broadband penetration of more than 100 percent as of December 2013, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said Tuesday.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

Toshiba Encore 2: it's bigger than the original, but is it actually a downgrade?

Toshiba ups the size of the Encore 2 to 10.1in, but keeps the same screen resolution.

SECURITY

Hackers inside Chinese military steal U.S. corporate trade secrets

In the wake of the attacks, security leaders now work to determine future defenses.

STORAGE

The enterprise storage strategy companies should now adopt: Dell South Asia

Dell South Asia's Harmeet Malhotra talks to Computerworld Malaysia about the most suitable storage approach in a world where digital data creation is averaging about 50% growth per year.

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BLOGS

Apple shores up its enterprise position in Asia with IBM partnership

The reality is that there are a lot of iPads in businesses across Asia Pacific, and companies are looking to formally support them — but Microsoft has been the standout provider here, stealing business away from Apple.

IBM’s cloud platform strategy is getting legitimate

After a slow and somewhat disjointed start, it looks like IBM is starting to build some serious momentum in the Public Cloud Platform game.

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