Net neutrality could hamper new mobile services, Nokia CEO says
New net neutrality rules just established in the U.S. may face a cool reception here at Mobile World Congress, where carriers are prime customers. Nokia's CEO took an early shot on Sunday night.
The FCC's net neutrality ruling: 5 things you need to know
Advocates for open access to the Internet were popping champagne corks on Thursday after the Federal Communications Commission voted in favor of reclassifying broadband Internet as a public utility. In addition to regulating fixed broadband lines that go into your home, the FCC vote also extended public utility rules to mobile broadband for the first time.
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.
CIOs share lessons learned from the journey to the cloud
Shifting your organization's services and infrastructure to the cloud can bring unexpected perils. These are lessons learned from CIOs who have successfully navigated the journey.
'Internet of things is not about the things, but the data': Microsoft
Microsoft releases Telsyte Internet of Things report.
Demand spikes for pirated Oscar nominated films
385% increase in piracy worldwide for nominated films, says Irdeto
Southeast Asia taps social professional networks for talent
Findings from 2015 Southeast Asia Staffing Trends Report by LinkedIn.
Retail: The pain points
In this interview, Bikash Kumar, the founder and Managing Director of Integrated Retail, discusses at length the challenges faced by the retail industry.
Top CIO priorities for 2015
We are almost two months into 2015 and CIOs are well into their initiatives for this year after their well-earned summer breaks. We speak to three IT leaders to find out what their key objectives and initiatives are for 2015.
Millennials becoming known as Generation Leaky
Millennials, by some accounts, have plenty of tech savvy but not much when it comes to security. What should your organisation do about that?
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
Extreme Networks CEO touts open SDN strategy, robust wireless as key assets in changing net market
Extreme CEO Charles Berger discusses Enterasys acquisition and integration, increasing demand for mobility solutions.
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.
APEJ IT investment increases
Investments in government sector will increase to US$32.5 billion in 2018.
In six months, the White House has replaced its top IT leaders
Steven Spielberg's biopic, Lincoln, included a famous line President Lincoln may or not have said: "I am the President of the United States, clothed with immense power." That description might apply today to D.J. Patil.
Why improving emotional IQs makes for better IT leaders
Hiring and retaining talent is becoming a priority as CIOs struggle to find and retain top talent. Raising the emotional IQ of your IT leaders is one big step towards creating a culture where people want to work.
Shanghai OnStar's Diane Jurgens and her grand China adventure
If staying busy is the secret to happiness, Diane Jurgens can tell you all about it.