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How to Attract Digital Natives to Buy at Retail Stores

Those 18- to-25-year-olds are a savvy bunch. They window shop at retail stores only to bargain-hunt online. They research products on their smartphones while walking the aisles. Retailers that want them to buy at brick-and-mortar stores better get personal or digital natives will walk.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

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RESOURCE CENTRE

APPLICATIONS

Affordable home-grown apps will help Malaysian SMEs boost productivity, say Microsoft and Ingram Micro

More than 50 IT resellers sign with 500 more to come on board in 2015 to distribute the Mercado suite of applications, said Ingram Micro GM CY Leong.

CLOUD COMPUTING

Can Amazon Web Services be stopped?

A deafening buzz at Amazon's AWS re:Invent show and eye-popping AWS adoption numbers signal gathering momentum.

DATA CENTER

Towards 2020 in Malaysia: VMware interview

VMware's Laurence Si and Matthew Hardman together with IDC Asean's Roger Ling and VADS CEO Ahmad Azhar Yahya outline how Malaysian businesses are taking to the software defined environment path.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

Top 10 tech industry megatrends of 2015

More IT vendors will split up. Boards will get even more paranoid about security. UX and CX become critical competencies for CIOs.

INDUSTRIES

NSA chief says cyberattacks on industrial systems are his top concern

Multiple nation-states are investing in their capabilities to hack critical U.S. infrastructure, making defense of those networks a top priority, U.S. National Security Agency chief Admiral Mike Rogers said Thursday.

INTERNET

Apple's $450 million e-books settlement gets final approval

A federal judge in New York has given final approval to a settlement in which Apple will pay $450 million for its role in a conspiracy to fix prices for e-books.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Mobile data to bring in US$50 billion by 2019: Ovum

Europe remains the largest contributor to global roaming revenues, accounting for 46 per cent.

NETWORKING

Google launching 20 Internet balloons per day

Google is now launching 20 of its Project Loon Internet balloons every day and, according to the company, they’re remaining aloft 10 times longer than they were last year, with 100 days now normal and 130 days being the record.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

Can't wait for the Apple Watch? You're not alone

Apple's wrist wearable won't ship for months, but three groups of people can't wait for it.

SECURITY

NotCompable sets new standards for mobile botnet sophistication

The NotCompatible mobile malware has reached a new level of sophistication, according to a new report from San Francisco-based mobile security company Lookout, Inc.

STORAGE

Google offers 1TB of Drive for Chromebooks, continuing its storage war with Microsoft

Google said Friday that it will offer new Chromebook buyers a free terabyte of Google Drive storage for two years, which at present rates would be worth almost $240.

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BLOGS

Intelligent Infrastructures

Financial Services CIOs need to play it smart and recognise that selectively relying on cloud services enables them to build agile infrastructures

Fresh blood

CIOs should look to start-ups for new ideas

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