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Stemming the heartbleed

The Internet community got a wake-up call last week when news emerged that a bug in a piece of encryption software had been lurking in cyberspace for two years. Announced last Tuesday, the bug, known as Heartbleed, lets hackers obtain … Continue reading

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Microsoft should offer home and business editions for Office for iPad

It should come as no surprise that Microsoft’s Office for iPad apps topped the App Store charts shortly after their debut last week. Clearly, there is a demand for Microsoft’s own Office apps that let you create documents, spreadsheets and … Continue reading

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Microsoft: Enterprises spend S$635bn annually combating malware

Organisations worldwide are expected to spend nearly S$635 billion this year to deal with issues caused by malware-infected pirated software, according to a study commissioned by Microsoft. Carried out by the International Data Corporation (IDC) and the National University of … Continue reading

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How collaboration can work for your business

Brought to you by Fuji Xerox Team collaboration is the lifeblood of success in any business, so it’s no surprise that many tech companies – from Internet start-ups to IT bigwigs – are cracking their heads to create tools that … Continue reading

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Commentary: Switch between wireless networks seamlessly? Not so fast

How nice it would be if you could switch seamlessly from using 3G or 4G to a public Wi-Fi network that is faster and possibly cheaper, when you want to stream a video on the go. That’s the idea that … Continue reading

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New two-factor token lets the blind transact securely online

There’s now a specially-made token that enables the blind to transact online easily and just as securely as users who rely on regular tokens for funds transfers, buying shares or other Internet activities. Unveiled today by Singapore-based company Assurity, it … Continue reading

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Q&A: Samsung touts Knox as Android’s entry into the enterprise

Samsung started rolling out its Knox security offering for its Android devices here in Singapore last month, in a bid to capture an enterprise market where the Google-based smartphones are still seen by many IT managers as vulnerable loopholes to … Continue reading

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Commentary: SingTel wants WhatsApp and Skype to pay

It’s a debate that’s been ongoing for years in the United States, and now SingTel has become the latest telecom operator to ask for the likes of WhatsApp and Skype to pay it money to use its networks. SingTel chief … Continue reading

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Parallels Access now officially supports Windows PCs

Parallels Access, the app that lets you remotely run your Mac software on your Apple iPad, now lets you run Windows software as well when you are on the go. The software is officially out of beta testing for Windows … Continue reading

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Getting started on cloud CRM

Brought to you by Fuji Xerox To many small organisations, embarking on a customer relationship management (CRM) initiative often means hefty investments in IT with uncertain returns. That has changed with cloud computing, which has put CRM software within the reach of most small and … Continue reading

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