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Who are the top tech vendors in IT?

Gartner has unveiled the top global 100 vendors in IT in 2016 in a report based on their revenue across IT (excluding communication services) and component market segments.

Apple has come first again, beating the other 99 companies to the throne. According to Gartner, the company reached the first spot, as it was the largest vendor with more than US$218 billion in IT revenue in 2016. However, its revenue was less than the US$235 billion it achieved in 2015.

Hafizah Osman


What it takes to build a successful security awareness program

Ira Winkler, CISSP, president of Secure Mentem

Ira Winkler, CISSP, president of Secure MentemWhen I was asked to keynote a CSO event four years ago,



Skills required as security incident responder

ID theft affects more than 40% of HK consumers

ID theft affects more than 40% of Hong Kongers

More than 40% of Hong Kongers have either personally been a victim of identity theft or know someone who has, according to credit reporting and r

Sheila Lam


Why Cisco's new intent-based networking could be a big deal

Scentsy, a $500 million manufacturer and seller of wickless candles, got an early look at what Cisco and some analysts are saying could be the next big thing in the network industry: intent-based networking.

Brandon Butler


8 common project management mistakes and how to avoid them

 8 common project management mistakes and how to avoid them

 8 common project management mistakes and how to avoid themSo many projects, so much mismanagement. That's the refrain of many IT executives.



SAP Ariba, Deloitte help Lenovo revamp procurement practices

SAP Ariba, Deloitte help Lenovo revamp procurement practices

SAP Ariba, Deloitte help Lenovo revamp procurement practicesLenovo Group is adopting digital solutions from SAP Ariba across its global operations, w

Enterprise Innovation editors


Hong Kong has world's third fastest broadband speeds

Hong Kong has world's third fastest broadband speeds

Hong Kong has world's third fastest broadband speedsHong Kong has been ranked third in the world for broadband down

Dylan Bushell-Embling


Atlassian goes deep into the enterprise with new DevOps offerings

Atlassian has launched a new package of offerings for the enterprise market, which it claims makes it easier to bundle products and services for partners and customers.

To add to this, the Sydney-based software developer has launched an online marketplace for development and operations (DevOps) which it claims is the world’s largest.

Chris Player


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