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Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

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Data explosion poses challenge for organisations in Asia Pacific & Japan as over 9 in 10 face data protection barriers

ZTE introduces LoRa-based smart meters

Organisations in Asia Pacific & Japan (APJ) are managing close to five times the amount of data they did in 2016, and yet only 13 percent of businesses are data protection “leaders.”

APAC study reveals just 6% of businesses are 'Digital Leaders'

APAC study reveals just 6% of businesses are ‘Digital Leaders’

Just 6% of businesses in Asia Pacific, Japan & Greater China are Digital Leaders, according to the new Dell Technologies Digital Transformation (DT) Index.

Business leaders reveal major lag in transformation globally

Business leaders reveal major lag in transformation globally

Despite the relentless pace of disruption, many businesses' digital transformation programs are still in their infancy.

Hybrid cloud adoption rises as Singapore's enterprises see limits to traditional infrastructure

Hybrid cloud adoption rises as Singapore’s enterprises see limits to traditional infrastructure

Singapore enterprises are set to dramatically switch away from traditional datacentre infrastructure in favour of hybrid cloud over the coming 24 months.

Supply chain attacks have potential to become one of the biggest cyber threats, warns report

Supply chain attacks have potential to become one of the biggest cyber threats, warns report

Although nearly 80 percent of respondents believe software supply chain attacks have the potential to become one of the biggest cyber threats over the next three years, few organizations are prepared to mitigate the risks, according to the results of a survey produced by independent research firm Vanson Bourne.

Will your job survive when the machines come?

New XPS 13 Laptop

By 2030, emerging technologies will forge human partnerships with machines that are richer and more immersive than ever before.

Singapore leaders divided on the future of human-machine partnerships

ZTE introduces LoRa-based smart meters

We’re entering the next era of human-machine partnerships with a divided vision of the future, according to global research now available from Dell Technologies.

Most companies believe their cloud service provider is responsible for data protection

Most companies believe their cloud service provider is responsible for data protection

A new study reveals that a significant misconception exist on the responsibility for data management, with 69 percent of organizations wrongfully believing data protection, data privacy and compliance are the responsibility of the cloud service provider.

Unlocking the benefits of public cloud

 IT organizations are slowly but surely warming up to public cloud adoption. Overall, IT decision makers are growing more comfortable with hybrid environments, deploying multiple public cloud services along with more traditional on-premises infrastructure.

Cloud use growing, but companies are still unclear on cloud security responsibility

First iOS trojan exploiting Apple DRM design flaws infects any iOS device

On average, organizations have nearly 40 percent of their infrastructure in the public cloud today, with the expectation to increase this to 70 percent over the next five years.