Singapore is part of the digital Silk Road, a test bed for the world: Vivian Balakrishnan
Singapore is not Silicon Valley or Tel Aviv, but we are part of the digital Silk Road and we could become the test bed for the world, said Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan at InnovFest Unbound
Watchguard targets "cyberloafing" with new Fireware OS
Controls the amount of data employees have access to, including when and for how long.
Microsoft hints at impending write-off of Nokia acquisition that could total billions
Filing with SEC signals massive charge against earnings coming this quarter as phone sales falter
SAS enlarges its palette for big data analysis
The company has released new software customized for banking and cybersecurity, for training more people to understand SAS analytics, and for helping non-data scientists do predictive analysis with visual tools.
CIO budget increase revealed in 2015 CIO 100
Transformative CIOs have more budget available to drive business change says UK's most reliable survey of business tech leaders.
Apple Watch: BMW lets drivers control their cars from their wrists
Drivers to monitor battery status, find their cars and set journey routes from their Apple Watch.
Violin names former Netapp exec as new chief marketing officer
Flash storage vendor, Violin Memory, has appointed former Netapp executive, Amy Love, as the company's new chief marketing officer.
Challenges of the security industry mostly a “mindset problem”: Amit Yoran, RSA President
Yoran lays out five recommendations to address industry’s shortcomings and better combat advanced threats.
Majority of APAC enterprises view cloud computing as top priority
A study by F5 and Frost & Sullivan reveals evolution in cloud decision-making and implementation, defined by A-B-C-D framework.
CIOs need to care more about project management
Only two CIOs I've ever worked for over the past 15 years have really cared about project management.
Can gamification solve enterprises' engagement problem?
Big data and other new technologies are fueling the use of gaming principles in the workplace.
Everest avalanche kills privacy-focused Google engineer Dan Fredinburg
Dan Fredinburg, an engineer who worked on many of Google's most exciting projects during his 8 years with the company, died over the weekend in an avalanche on Mount Everest triggered by Nepal's devastating earthquake.
CIO 100 more diverse but C-level lags tech sector average
Women made up 13% of the 2015 CIO 100, the highest proportion since its reboot in 2012 but still below the percentage of women working in the technology and IT sector in the UK.
The promises of IoT and data management strategy
In this wide-ranging interview, Mark Bentkower, Director of Systems Engineering, ASEAN, CommVault, talks about IoT and its promises in the context of other technologies and imperatives such as cloud, big data, virtualisation, security and data classification
Female tech pros inspire next generation of women in IT
The Northern Sydney Institute (NSI), part of TAFE NSW, and Cisco, are joining forces to inspire more than 100 young women to challenge stereotypes and pursue a career in IT. NSI has teamed up with Cisco to host its Women Rock IT event, as part of the International Girls in ICT Day on April 23.
Tech investment a top priority for CEOs
CEOs worldwide are more focused on using technology to drive business growth over the next two years than ever before, according to new research.
Report: IT managers not best leaders in breach crisis
Technology managers are typically expected to take the point when a company is hit by a major cyber security crisis, but a more business-oriented leader might be more effective, says a new report from Booz Allen Hamilton.
Nokia wants back into the mobile phone business?
Plans for next year may only be about licensing technology and the Nokia brand, not manufacturing.
'CFOs write history and CIOs write the future': Servcorp COO
But CIOs need to be more business savvy and reduce complexity.