Companies and their boards are struggling with increased regulatory burden and the risks associated with operating in emerging Asian markets, according to a recent report released by Ernst & Young's (EY's) Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services group.
Stories by T.C. Seow
Governments across the Asia Pacific region are likely to have the ability to build their own private clouds in order to improve on service delivery. This is according to a recent survey of IT decision-makers across Asia/Pacific excluding Japan, undertaken by IDC Government Insights.
Are CIOs jumping onto the cloud bandwagon? What issues should they be mindful of before taking the leap? CIO Asia talks to David Caspari, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Services, Hewlett-Packard Asia Pacific and Japan, about the changing roles of CIOs and how HP is working with CIOs on their journey to the cloud.
Each Grand Prix season from March to October sees more followers of the thrilling, high-pitched, bitumen-scorching car race which we all have come to know as simply F1.
The cars that compete are nothing like the ordinary four-wheelers we use on our roads. Instead, they are squat vehicles with oversized tyres, stuffed with electronics and other high-tech features that can take up to 18 months to build, costing undisclosed millions of dollars.