CW ASEAN - October 2017: Juggling in the cloud

CW ASEAN - October 2017: Juggling in the cloud


More businesses in ASEAN are adopting a multi-cloud strategy to avoid vendor lock-in and take their pick from the best cloud applications, platforms and infrastructure offerings that work alongside in-house systems. In this month’s issue of CW ASEAN, we take a look at what organisations need to do to overcome the complex task of pulling together a seamlessly integrated data management strategy, one that will integrate disparate cloud services and automate movement of data across their cloud ecosystems.


Also in this issue:

Reporting of data breaches could become mandatory in review of data protection law: If given the green light, proposed changes to the Personal Data Protection Act in Singapore will require organizations to notify the relevant local authorities of data breaches.

Lenovo changes focus from shipping boxes: After admitting to being addicted to market share, storage and server supplier Lenovo is changing tack by focusing on customer experience and new areas such as software-defined infrastructure.

Hyper-convergence will be commoditised, says Nutanix president: Nutanix president Sudheesh Nair talks to Aaron Tan about the future of hyper-convergence, its relationship with the cloud, and the company’s challenges in building its business in Asia.

12 Oct 2017
12 Oct 2017
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