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    Dell boosts its presence in Southeast Asia

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 17/11/2010

    » Capturing the growth of media tablets and cloud computing space to boost enterprise efficiency, Dell is expanding its footprint in the Thailand-Indochina region with a new Solution Innovation Centre.

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    Asiasoft, newcomer battle for market

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 17/11/2010

    » Asiasoft, the online entertainment leader in Southeast Asia, continues its strategy of penetrating the online game market in the region, while newcomers i Digital Connect will introduce a new title from China and expand web-based and social gaming to get a slice of the market.

  • TECH

    Brocade mulling move into IP networking space

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 17/11/2010

    » BALI, INDONESIA : Brocade, ruler of the SAN (storage area network) in the data centre is looking to move into the IP networking space to bring data-centre class resiliency, security and performance to the greater Internet as the explosion of connectivity continues.

  • TECH

    Using iPhoto in iLife 11

    Database, Graham K. Rogers, Published on 17/11/2010

    » As soon as I had installed iLife '11, I downloaded the 9.0.1 update and ran that before opening iPhoto. During the week, another update to iPhoto was released, bringing it to version 9.1 and returning Calendars to the "Create" selections. No-one is saying why this was missing in the initial release of iLife. I am writing this based on the latest update (9.1) (www.apple.com/ilife/iphoto).

  • TECH

    Categorising the world's websites

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 17/11/2010

    » Blue Coat has launched a new traffic-shaping appliance aimed at giving IT departments visibility as to what is personal, what is business and what is the grey area in between, now that everything from games to social networks to corporate enterprise applications are accessed via Internet browsers over the HTTP protocol.

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    Taking lessons from the floods

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 17/11/2010

    » The recent floods that devastated several parts of Thailand have shown that even the most powerful Internet geographic information systems (GIS) and high-performance open-source computing are of little use if there is a lack of understanding of how to apply such technology to crisis management.

  • TECH

    Microsoft as an unfamiliar underdog

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 17/11/2010

    » With tablets becoming all the rage, I, like many, wondered what happened to Microsoft.

  • TECH

    Resistance to change is futile, but persists

    Database, James Hein, Published on 17/11/2010

    » Have you ever noticed how governments, MPs, public servants and large, old organisations are very slow to adopt new technologies and embrace change?

  • TECH

    The leading cleaner gets better

    Database, Wanda Sloan, Published on 17/11/2010

    » You have to clean up your Windows PC. That's not a question, that's a statement. The way Microsoft works, they figure it's fine to leave cra... er, stuff lying around on your disk, accumulating like the trash bin in my editor's office. Except that eventually a cleaning person takes out my editor's trash, and you have no one to work on your personal computer but yourself.

  • TECH

    A cloudy future

    Database, Published on 17/11/2010

    » The House of Representatives approved the amended version of the bill which will eventually set up the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) to regulate telecoms in Thailand; the MPs voted 228-2 to pass the 13-year-old issue back to the senate, where it is possible _ don't get excited, but it is possible the bill could move forward; the new NBTC rules will be 11 members, appointed from various public and government sectors, aged below 70; it now appears there is no major hurdle to legislation setting up this body _ which by law was supposed to exist in 1997; the next hurdle will be picking the 11 very powerful, highly tempted members of the NBTC, which might not take another 13 years.

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