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Why Cloud Management Platform is the Answer for Businesses

In today’s data-driven economy, having a reliable cloud data management platform is something that businesses cannot do without. As IT environments become increasingly hybrid, the platform has to be able to orchestrate...

KLIA and CIMB Outages: Acceptable In The Digital Era?

After suffering a “network failure” which triggered a system outage that lasted four agonising days (starting in the night of 21st August 2019) for travellers and airport staff alike, KL International Airport (KLIA)...

Why HCI is the Key to Your Multi-Cloud Nirvana

While public cloud adoption in on the increase, all the facts point to companies preferring a multi-cloud approach or using on-premises and hosted private clouds along with public clouds. Recent announcements by VMware, of...

Why Mainframes and Enterprise Software are essential for Digital Transformation

Most businesses have already moved a quarter of their workloads onto the cloud whereas some businesses are only now beginning to realise the importance of digital transformation. Enterprises need a scalable, open and flexible...

The Economics of All Flash Approach to Storage

The increasing growth of stored data, especially from mobile devices and IoT has brought new challenges for storage for businesses. Legacy hard drives for storage may be able to scale up to increase the storage capacity, but the...

Why you need backup for Office 365

O365 has become an invaluable business tool in the modern workplace. It leads the way when it comes to workplace productivity suites; especially for mail, word processing, spreadsheets and presentations. As reliant as we are on...

Simplifying Workplace Mobility

With the introduction of laptops, employees had a bit more flexibility in where they could work. Soon after, mobile devices like the iPad and smartphones made it even more convenient to get work done. With technology to support...

Jakarta Blackout: Scenarios we need to consider in the future

The recent power outage in Jakarta saw millions of people left stranded and unable to communicate. The blackout, which lasted nearly nine hours led to disruptions in mobile phone services, cash machines, failure in traffic...