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A recent study by IT management software provider SolarWinds of 150 150 IT decision makers at Singapore SMEs reveals challenges surrounding BYOD at the workplace.
LinkedIn today revealed data showing that the top three most in demand employers in its network for Singapore are IT giants IBM and Microsoft, followed by consulting firm Accenture.
As part of its commitment to the developer community in the region, Blackberry maker Research In Motion (RIM) will be initiating its Built for Blackberry program this month.
Online payment solution provider PayPal has announced the launch of PassPort, a web resource designed to help small businesses - especially those that have a heavy reliance on online commerce - by providing them advice and free tools to expand their global sales.
Four Singapore print publishing veterans - Deborah Tan, Denise Li, Lili Tan, and Vanessa Tai - start online magazine and boutique content agency Material World.
Global online payment service provider PayPal provides data that highlights Singapore SMEs' potential to be successful case studies for online commerce with the rest of the world.
According to a new nationwide survey commissioned by Common Good, the nonpartisan government reform coalition, 69 percent of small business owners and managers say that complicated government regulations are "major impediments" to the creation of new jobs.
Singapore-headquartered location-aware mobile advertising platform AdNear earlier this week announced its foray into the Southeast Asian markets of Malaysia and Indonesia, opening up its platform for advertisers who are looking to enable precision advertising on consumer mobile devices in those countries.
Professional online network LinkedIn today announced the roll-out of its LinkedIn Talent Pipeline, targeted at its thousands of corporate recruiting customers worldwide.
Mobile device usage is soaring amongst small business owners who need to be connected virtually from wherever they are, according to a recent study commissioned by U.S-based telecommunications giant AT&T and conducted by market research firm Compass Intelligence.
After being unseated last quarter by Indonesia, China has regained its spot as the source of observed attack traffic in the third quarter of 2013., according to Akamai's latest State of the Internet Report.
Singapore-based upstart broadband provider MyRepublic has announced MyGigNation, an initiative to attract and entice local independent developers to create, build and test Gigabit-level applications.
This year's CapGemini and Merrill Lynch World Wealth Report puts the number of millionaires in Singapore at 77,000, a rise of 15.3 percent over...
Waiakea Water has donated more than 3,000 masks to essential public service sectors throughout Hawaii, including the Hilo Medical Center, Hawai’i News Now, and the Hawai’i Police Department.
On August 15, 2018, Welfont Companies was awarded with the top spot in the real estate brokerage category of the INC 5000 Awards.
Singapore-based accelerator Joyful Frog Digital Incubator (JFDI Asia) has revealed that over 300 digital startup teams have applied for its second accelerator program for this year, competing for just 12 places in this intake.
Adobe Systems announced earlier at its conference Adobe MAX that it will not be providing further updates on its legacy Creative Suite (CS) line of products and instead will be focusing its efforts entirely on Adobe Creative Cloud.
Hidden on the eight floor of an industrial building in Kennedy Town, Innovation Lab is the China's Special Administrative Region latest co-working space exclusive to the Western District and has targeted startups in its sights.
Focusing on the importance of reusing and recycling materials instead of throwing them away, the circular economy is the main long-term strategy for reducing waste in Denmark.
One startup founder urges consumers not to go down the path of payday loans this season, as expensive forms of credit can end you up in more severe financial problems.
Here's an infographic from the folks over at AdNear that shows some of the numbers behind the Chinese New Year shopping trends in Singapore.
Earlier this week, local startup The Real Group announced the launch of SmartLoans.sg, the first-of-its-kind online mortgage comparison service for the Singapore market.
Business media company Inc. has unveiled its annual lists of the fastest-growing companies in the United States, highlighting the most dynamic and innovative independent entrepreneurs in the country.
Philippines' Department of Transportation and Communication’s (DOTC) recently conducted a app challenge that invited developers across the country to create applications in a three-month hack-at-home competition to develop an app that will ease commuting in the megacities of Cebu and Metro Manila.
German enterprise software company SAP AG yesterday launched its fourth SAP Co-Innovation Lab (COIL) in Asia Pacific in Singapore, a space offering a hands-on environment for SAP, partners and customers to work together on current and future technologies.
IT retail chain Newstead Technologies ihas launched its latest retail concept, tech@vogue, a new chain of specialty stores focused exclusive on accessories and connectivity solutions for smartphones and tablet devices across various brands and operating systems, and will boast an extensive selection of premium accessories for consumers to make the best use of their mobile devices.
USANA, a leader in cellular nutrition and the supplement industry, has two new achievements to mark the end of 2020.
On July 10th, 2013 the US Securities and and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that the ban on general solicitation has been removed for small businesses seeking startup capital. Here's an infographic from the folks at Fundable.com that shows what the changes to come as a result of that lifting of the ban can mean for startups and entrepreneurs seeking funding.