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Cisco Malaysia moving it up a notch

b>PETALING JAYA:/bComputer networking expert Cisco Malaysia's new managing director Yuri Wahab sees much growth potential for the technology solutions company in the coming months.


Clavister reintroduces itself to Asia

Mobile and network security company Clavister has unveiled its latest range of simplified security solutions.


Why our SMIs shy away from technology

LESS than 10% of the Small and Medium Industries Association of Malaysia's 3,000 members have implemented enterprise resource planning (ERP) or customer relationship management (CRM) solutions in their operations.


Canadian regulator says open data essential to fintech

Canada's largest, most influential securities regulator said open access to data is essential to developing financial tech solutions using innovative technology such as blockchain.


Ford looks to sharing to solve congestion issues

US automotive giant Ford is pledging to help ease congestion in the world's global cities and to work co-operatively to develop and support new mobility solutions, starting with San Francisco.


SAP wants to co-innovate with its partners

Enterprise software provider SAP aims to help more technology innovators realise their creative ideas by co-innovating with them.


LG unveils new business displays

b>AMSTERDAM/b>: LG Electronics showcased its latest digital signage and business display solutions at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2011 show in Amsterdam recently.


Spud's Quest: Dizzy days ahead

A retro platform/puzzle adventure inspired by the Dizzy series, the Metroidvania-styled exploration of Spud’s Quest is fun, but the puzzle solutions can be excruciatingly obscure.


This app wants to help bosses engage employees

Human Resources specialist RAM Solutions wants to motivate employees through an app that opens up the lines of engagement between employees and management.


Office napping climbs out from under the desk and into high-tech pods

Sleeping on the job has long been frowned upon, but office napping may finally be climbing out from under the desk.