HGC Global Communications has acquired Hong Kong-based Macroview in a move designed to enhance digital and managed services offerings.
VMware plans to spend about $2.7 billion on cloud-application developer Pivotal, and about $2.1 billion for security vendor Carbon Black.
Dell Technologies has unveiled new flexible consumption models for partners in a move designed to reduce financial risk for customers.
Dion Weisler has unveiled plans to exit as CEO of HP, returning home to Australia due to a “family health matter”.
Avanade has launched a new Digital Innovation Studio in Singapore as the specialist Microsoft partner expands capabilities across ASEAN.
Atul Damani is tasked with searching the industry for trends, before translating them back through the supply chain to form a go-to-market strategy.
Technology spending is expected to maintain “steady growth” over the next five years with planned upgrades set to drive commercial investments.
Ingram Micro has signed a CloudBlue agreement with HGC as the Hong Kong-based internet service provider builds out marketplace capabilities.
Kaspersky has opened a Transparency Centre in Malaysia, joining forces with CyberSecurity Malaysia in an Asia Pacific first for the security vendor.
NCS is building out AI capabilities to maximise the potential of the Internet of Things in Singapore, as businesses move from trial to deployment phases.
Nominations are now open for the inaugural Channel Asia Innovation Awards in 2019, designed to recognise excellence across the ASEAN channel.
Ingram Micro outlined the key technologies for future channel growth on the second day of Ingram Micro One APAC in Singapore, in front of more than 1300 business leaders.
More than 1300 business leaders from across Asia Pacific came together for the second running of Ingram Micro One APAC in Singapore.
DDLS, a corporate IT training provider in Australia, has launched in the Philippines with a series of dedicated Microsoft enablement courses.
The internet of things industry has entered a recovery phase after the “disappointment” of failing to live up to its growth promise between 2015 and 2017.
Hacks and data thefts, enabled by weak security, cover-ups or avoidable mistakes have cost these companies a total of nearly $1.23 billion and counting.
Grab has unveiled plans to invest US$2 billion into Indonesia during the next five years through capital invested by Japanese conglomerate SoftBank.
The financial impact of a data breach in Southeast Asia continues to rise with the average cost of an attack now standing at $2.62 million.
Partners with expertise in cyber risk, data science and software development are best placed to capitalise on increased customer demand.
The Domain Name System remains under constant attack, and there seems to be no end in sight as threats grow increasingly sophisticated.
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