Having a continual improvement culture allows organisations to learn from past mistakes, says Ernst & Young.

Eileen Yu

Instead of building a buffet table of data, think about whether you're biting off more data than you can chew, says Eileen Yu.

Data centre trends in Singapore

The latest Data Centre Asia Pacific Census finds that 86 per cent of data centres here are being monitored continuously on their energy consumption compared with the global average of 68 per cent.

Dedric Lam of DCD

Enterprises may still be putting money into facility equipment and solutions, and into IT upgrades and systems, but colocation and outsourcing is where data centre investments are really taking off.


CIOs and CTOs in Asia Pacific are finding their jobs increasingly challenging due to the pressure of keeping their organisations secure amidst the rise in cyber threats.

Vaughn Stewart of Pure Storage

Vaughn Stewart of Pure Storage discusses the role of software in making flash more affordable and also more reliable at a hardware level.

Data centre

DatacenterDynamics Intelligence gives a sneak peak into its latest survey findings ahead of Data Centre Week which will take place from 13-17 October 2014.

Jack Bailey of iland

Jack Bailey of iland highlights the need to give disaster recovery projects more prominence and offers five reasons why Asian companies should look to DRaaS.

Data myths

Research firm believes the data warehouse will continue to play an important role in big data analytics, and that enterprises will still need to spend effort on data integration.

Andrew Lerner of Gartner

Andrew Lerner of Gartner outlines an incremental, pragmatic and strategic roadmap to help organisations leverage software-defined networking.


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