Microsoft is expanding its Azure migration tools and services as it works to get businesses onto its cloud platform.
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Singapore is set to develop a new program designed to better manage cyber security risks in the supply chain of critical information infrastructure and its operators.
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Westcon-Comstor has signed a distribution agreement with network detection vendor ExtraHop for key Asian markets, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and China.
Singapore founded independent software vendor AvePoint is making a play in the education sector with the launch of a new education management system, EduTech.
Petronas has undertaken an artificial intelligence-driven overhaul, drawing upon Microsoft Azure, enterprise AI software platform vendor C3 AI and industrial services provider Baker Hughes.
MongoDB and Google Cloud have struck an expanded partnership that will see the NoSQL database platform vendor deepen the integration of its global cloud database with the cloud vendor’s products.
Already a burgeoning tool in the kitbag of many cloud specialists, AI is set to become increasingly important for enterprises in the next few years.
Microsoft is deepening its industry vertical cloud play, launching three new cloud offerings: Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services, Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing and Microsoft Cloud for Nonprofit.
The government sector is on track to be a good hunting ground this year for partners looking to boost business according to Gartner.
Accredify has struck a deal with IBM to integrate the latter’s Digital Health Pass into the Accredify Digital Health Passport offering.
Khmer, Lao and Myanmar are among nine new languages that have been added to Microsoft’s Azure Cognitive Services Translator text translation service.
Exclusive Networks has signed an agreement to distribute Okta's products and services in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Dell is set to welcome a host of new jobs after launching a Global Innovation Hub in Singapore – the first of its kind outside of the US.
The time is ripe for Philippine-based vendors and partners to team up with hyperscale cloud providers, as the country’s cloud market races towards a major surge in spending.