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Mar 17, 2009
3Com may have lost ground in Western markets in recent years, but meantime it has built a low-cost operations base in China that it hopes will attract more and bigger customers in...
Mar 13, 2009
Biometric security systems can, at first glance, seem futuristic. In some minds, they are still the stuff of science fiction. Biometrics are often criticized as being expensive...
Mar 13, 2009
The biggest challenge security teams face in their organization is one of perception, according to Michael Santarcangelo, founder of Security Catalyst, a New York-based...
Mar 12, 2009
 The story of Bill Gates and Paul Allen famously building the world's largest software company from scratch in 1975 is a tale often told but it was not until 1991 that Microsoft...
Mar 11, 2009
The economic crisis is new territory for PC-makers—none more so than Lenovo. Lenovo is Asia’s biggest PC player in Asia (ex-Japan), and it’s the biggest in its China base, where...
Mar 11, 2009
Not so long ago, I tested the Sun Fire X4500 Storage Server, aka Thumper, which went on to win InfoWorld’s 2008 Technology of the Year award for Best Storage Server. Thumper was a...
Mar 11, 2009
Data centers in the 1970’s and early 1980’s began life as a sprawl of large room-sized machines which were squeezed into dedicated rooms, often highly expensive facilities run...
Mar 11, 2009
In mid-February, a group of Macau’s leading technology executives and representatives of IT organizations sat down to discuss their market and how their businesses navigate...
Mar 11, 2009
Found in 2005, Beez specializes in web application and design. The company joined the incubation program of the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks in 2006.  Beez’ first...
Mar 11, 2009
At a recent banking/finance event held in Hong Kong, a variety of experts spoke on Asia-Pacific’s financial infrastructure.  Commoditized “Services are becoming commodities,”...