AWS has launched its Amazon EMR Studio, an integrated development environment (IDE) for Amazon EMR, into general availability in its Sydney and Singapore cloud regions.
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Talend has acknowledged its top performing partners across Asia Pacific with Deloitte receiving standout regional honours.
Barhead Solutions is aiming to double its workforce with 150 new hires and its revenue by 2022, fleshing out its senior leadership team.
AWS has released its Network Firewall service in Singapore, allowing users to deploy network protections for Amazon Virtual Private Clouds.
BeyondTrust has consolidated its legacy partner programs across its four merged businesses into one global offering.
AttackIQ has promoted Ross Brewer to the role of general manager and vice president of EMEA and Asia Pacific and Japan.
IBM has revealed the name of its US$19 billion managed services business to be Kyndryl ahead of its separation from Big Blue at the end of 2021.
Orchestra Group has signed its first distribution agreement for Australia, NZ and Asia Pacific with emt Distribution, expanding its reach in the process.
The global traditional PC market shot up 55.2 per cent year-on-year during the first quarter of 2021, with unfulfilled demand from last year driving the surge.
ValueLicensing is reportedly taking on Microsoft to the tune of £270 million over allegations it is hurting the second-hand software market.
A cyber attack largely targeting Vietnamese recipients has indicated that Chinese-speaking threat actors could potentially be expanding the scope of their cyber espionage campaigns.
Phishing detection and response vendor Cofense has bolstered its email protection, detection and response capabilities with the acquisition of Cyberfish.
AWS has launched a new instructor-led course that focuses on serverless application development and developer productivity.
Ubiquiti Networks has claimed its January security breach saw no evidence of hackers accessing customer information despite the fact it cannot track this, according to cyber security expert Brian Krebs.
AWS has launched its Space Accelerator program to support start-ups that operate in the space industry from around the world.