NSA's plans reportedly involve infecting millions of computers with surveillance malware
The U.S. National Security Agency has reportedly been working for the past several years on expanding its ability to infect computers with surveillance malware and creating a command-and-control infrastructure capable of managing millions of compromised systems at a time.
Cache-Cache opts for hybris and Keyrus to develop its China e-commerce platform
Cache-Cache chooses the hybris B2C Commerce Accelerator and Keyrus’ knowledge of the Chinese market to develop its own omni-channel strategy in China
Businesses should reset digital strategies
Majority of executives expect digital to disrupt their business in the next 12 months.
Hacking and data theft in Asia: Motivations might differ but results are the same
Interview with Raed Taji, Head of Global Fraud Consulting, Asia Pacific, FICO
The cost of doing business at the RSA Conference
Each year, hundreds of vendors head to the RSA Conference in San Francisco, California, arguably the largest security gathering in the U.S. For many of those vendors, the show is a requirement, but there's a steep cost involved. For smaller companies, the show can create a sink or swim environment.
Avaya and the challenge of Sochi 2014
Sochi presented challenges unseen by previous Olympic Games, especially in the deployment of a network capable of fulfilling unprecedented demand in a greenfield environment, says Dean Frohwerk, Chief Network Architect, Sochi Winter Olympics 2014, Avaya, in this exclusive interview.
Microsoft launches two free tools to help SMEs in Asia ditch Windows XP
The tools include a free Windows XP migration tool and a Windows OS automatic detection website.