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Mobility without destination is like driving blind

How many of you are looking at your phones at the moment? Be honest! How long can you leave your phone alone, without checking any (and I mean ANY) notifications, including emails? Now, think of your company. Whether you...

The Exabyte age

When I was 9, (which is a good 15 years ago – ok so I’m not THAT old. But in tech context, it’s a lot of years), I remembered being extremely excited at having a 128MB pen drive, instead of floppy disks (anyone...

PST Files Why Worry? I Am Moving to Office 365

PST Files Why Worry?  I Am Moving to Office 365 by Aravindan Anandan, Consulting Systems Engineer, Asia Pacific, Barracuda Network  If migrating to Office 365 achieves nothing else, it should simplify management of...

Quantum of analysis

I won’t bore you with details of how a quantum computer works, or indeed how quantum mechanics works. If you were curious enough, it’s probably a wiser choice for you to read up the many resources on them (such as...

It’s in the genes

In the age of Exabyte, we need a whole lot of metal to store these 1s and 0s. As of now we are still storing them in datacentres and they aren’t the most reliable. Most disk drives wear out in about 50 years, rendering the...

Putting the cloud above the clouds

We’ve sent monkeys, we’ve sent man. (and a dog.) Now we send data to space. No, not the lieutenant commander in Star Trek. The binary version. Rather, someone wants to. Just over a month ago, we were introduced to...

Microsoft’s Largest Acquisition - LinkedIn

The worlds largest database of professionals numbering upwards of 400 million users has just been bought over by Microsoft Corp. The buy over of LinkedIn, costing an astronomical 26.2 billion USD which was announced on Monday,...

We’re going to Mars – bring an umbrella

OK, I admit that was a bit of a click bait. If you’re asking why, then – allow me to explain below. Besides, did you think NASA could get away with being able to predict the weather on Mars and yet not on our own...

Safe in the cloud? The Devil is in the Detail

Safe in the cloud? The Devil is in the Detail by James Forbes-May, VP of APAC Sales, Barracuda Networks Moving business applications to cloud brings with it many benefits. In medium enterprises it is often a business driven...

A Passion to Hack

The recent AngelHack event which took place in Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur, was the most successful in terms of participation according to Ambassador Heislyc Loh. At almost 400 in number, the event brought together...