Melanie Liew

Articles by Melanie Liew

India-Singapore IT ties stay strong

Things may be quiet on the IPO front, but the Singapore-India connection is heating up in other quarters, judging by the recent intensification of activities in the IT arena.

IDC: IT vendors must capitalize on innovation

Moving forward, information technology and telecommunication vendors must build bridges to the future. Companies can do this in three ways: firstly, by linking their strategy to their market position. They should do this by determining their position in the market, work out strategies that fit their market position, and being watchful of impending changes.

Vendors suggest recovery strategies

More than just cloning data, today's backup and disaster recovery (DR) strategies involve a wide spectrum such as capacity planning, data distribution, storage performance, storage administration and storage virtualization.

Singapore researchers patent

Two lecturers from Singapore

Singapore IT firms courting China

Singapore companies Singapore Computer Systems Ltd. (SCS) and National Computer Systems Pte. Ltd. (NCS) are building up their presence in China, with SCS putting in close to S$1 million (US$567,000) to set up an IT software development centre in Chengdu and NCS announcing its largest investment in China to date.

Linux users get virus protection

Antivirus vendors like Trend Micro Inc. have recently introduced virus protection software for Linux, but some users of the open source operating system say these measures are unnecessary.

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