IT skills gap widest in APJ, drives rise of hybrid cloud: EMC survey
The survey reports an increasing adoption of cloud computing globally, with the majority of respondents in APJ citing hybrid cloud as their preferred option for greater agility and security.
Foxconn expects robots to take over more factory work
The electronics industry may still be reliant on human workers to assemble products, but Apple supplier Foxconn Technology Group is hopeful that robots will take over more of the workload soon.
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.
APEJ IT investment increases
Investments in government sector will increase to US$32.5 billion in 2018.
Australia and Japan talk mobile roaming at first ICT summit
Australia and Japan pledged to reduce international mobile roaming rates at the countries' first ICT Policy Dialogue.
E-commerce gains popularity in Singapore: FedEx Express
The increasing demand for online shopping provides business opportunity for SMEs in Singapore and the Asia Pacific region.
Google targets Chinese developers with new YouTube channel
Even as China continues to block its services, Google has started a localized YouTube channel for developers in the country, aiming to bring more Chinese-made apps to its platforms.
Hong Kong lawmakers urge clamp down on bitcoin
The move comes after complaints on a recent MyCoin scam that could have cheated investors of up to US$387 million.
Microsoft Exclusive: The war against cybercrime – which side is your business on?
Microsoft Malaysia's Dr Dzahar Mansor asks businesses in Asia to take stock of their position in the cybercrime war.
Ruckus Wireless, Topway Video team up for smart city project in China
Topway Video to build and deploy massive municipal area network in Shenzen using Ruckus solutions.
Qualcomm may face probe into business practices in South Korea
South Korea's Fair Trade Commission is considering an investigation into Qualcomm's business practices, the Wall Street Journal reported, but did not provide additional details
Gender parity sluggish in APAC
Women under-represented in leadership roles.
Innovation on the edge: David in a world of Goliaths
“We are like David in a world of Goliaths,” says Tri Pham, the Chief Strategy Office of Tata Communications, in this exclusive interview with CIO Asia’s Online Editor Zafar Anjum. He explains how his company is encouraging the culture of innovation and fostering a startup mindset among its 8,000 employees across the globe to achieve competitive edge in a field dominated by the big boys like AT&T, Verizon and BT
Gartner highlights the top 10 strategic technologies for education sector in 2015
Global education sector technology spending to exceed US$67.8 billion in 2015
LTE can mooch off of Wi-Fi spectrum with new Qualcomm chipset
The company will demonstrate chipsets for using unlicensed frequencies on an LTE network at MWC, it said.
Motherswork: The tech story of a Singapore-headquartered retail company
Motherswork is a Singapore-headquartered retail chain that caters to the needs of mothers and babies.
NEC provides Face Recognition Technology to Indian City Police in Gujarat
The first safe city project in India to use advanced face recognition technology
Tableau analyses data for MUJI Japan
Analyses 300 million rows of online and brick-and-mortar store data
'Internet of things is not about the things, but the data': Microsoft
Microsoft releases Telsyte Internet of Things report.
IDC: Android, iOS again dominate smartphone OS market
Sales of iOS devices, however, increased 25.6 percent. Blackberry also lost market share in 2014, IDC found.
Demand spikes for pirated Oscar nominated films
385% increase in piracy worldwide for nominated films, says Irdeto