Speaking at the AISP, Jonathan Rault, AWS security, risk and compliance practice lead debunks the common notion that security in the cloud is poorer, and explains why large organizations such as Singapore Post and DBS bank are moving to the cloud.
By Paul Mah|2017-08-28T13:42:29+08:00August 28th, 2017|Categories: Blog, The Work Lounge|Comments Off on Why the cloud can be more secure
The latest iteration of the popular virtualization software for the macOS Parallels Desktop for Mac 13 was released this week. We sat through a demo at its media launch, and outline some of its most compelling features.
By Paul Mah|2017-10-09T13:38:04+08:00August 24th, 2017|Categories: Blog, The Work Lounge|Comments Off on Parallels Desktop for Mac 13 and what it means to you
Developers at NAS specialist Synology are hard at work on a new generation of on-premises collaboration tools with the usability but not the cost pitfalls of mainstream cloud services. We look at some of them, and why they could work out for your organization.
By Paul Mah|2017-10-09T13:39:52+08:00July 27th, 2017|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Secure collaboration with your Synology NAS
With over 41 million listing in multiple languages, there is no question that mobile classified firm Carousell experiences an immense workload on its servers without accounting for malicious attacks and denial-of-service attempts. We speak to its vice president of engineering about establishing a world-class tech startup in Singapore.
By Paul Mah|2017-07-26T07:23:17+08:00July 24th, 2017|Categories: Blog|Tags: Carousell, Engineering, IT|Comments Off on Building Singapore’s Carousell into a world-class tech startup
The annual Citi Tech for Integrity (T4I) Challenge is an open innovation challenge to globally crowdsource tech solutions that promote accountability, security and transparency. We pay a visit to the Singapore leg.
By Paul Mah|2017-10-09T13:44:54+08:00June 26th, 2017|Categories: Blog, The Work Lounge|Comments Off on Solving problems through technology at Citi’s T4I Challenge