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World Vision's global data centre based in Malaysia gets a revamp

The non-Governmental organisation revamps global datacentre to reduce cost through increased virtualisation, streamlined administration and a smaller equipment footprint.

Springboard to success

It has been a year since Pitchin was launched in Malaysia and it has already been responsible for a number of notable projects taking off.

BlackBerry investors to turn up the heat on management

BlackBerry will likely face tough questions about its future at its annual meeting on Tuesday after dismal quarterly results last week triggered a 28% plunge in the Canadian smartphone maker's share price.

Investors buy into software-defined networks, will customers follow?

As Superstorm Sandy bore down on the US East coast last year, companies with datacentres in its path needed another location fast. But moving computer servers is tricky, and usually planned over days or weeks.

Easy Taxi secures a further RM45mil in funding

The competition among mobile taxi booking services in Malaysia just got stiffer at Easy Taxi secured another round of funding.

Rocket's Lazada gets US$100 mln in bid to be Southeast Asia's Amazon

Lazada has secured another US$100mil (RM320mil) from investors which its hopes to be used to further develop e-commerce market in South-east Asia.

US contractor who leaked NSA files drops out of sight, faces legal battle

Edward Snowden, 29,checked out of his Hong Kong hotel hours after going public.

The new tech palaces: visionary HQs, or cursed trophies?

While much of corporate America is retrenching on the real estate front, the four most influential technology companies in America are each planning headquarters that could win a Pritzker Architecture Prize for hubris.

On the go

Although it tripped and almost fell in its early days, TripAdvisor has picked itself up and moves on to new adventures.

Yahoo!'s rise in Asia offsets risk from Tumblr bet

Yahoo! Inc chief executive Marissa Mayer's RM3.3bil acquisition of blogging service Tumblr will be a test of her ability to revive the aging Web portal.