ReadySpace Cloud maintenance 30/06/2015

Dear customers,   Please be inform that ReadySpace will be conducting a maintenance for Cloud Services on 30/06/2015 at 9pm to 10pm During this time some users may experience minor disruption.   Thanks ReadySpace Team The post ReadySpace Cloud maintenance 30/06/2015 is fed from ReadySpace Cloud Services United States. Contents strictly Continue Reading

[Maintenance 30 June 2015 ] Cloud Hosting – Singapore

Dear Customers, Service(s) affected – Cloud Hosting Lite, Standard, Unlimited – Singapore Scheduled start time and date – 10:30pm 30 June 2015 Estimated end time and date – 12:30am 1 July 2015 Affected Web Server IP – 117.120.5.30 Details : We will be doing critical security updates and patches to ensure Continue Reading

Plugging the big data skills gap

Despite the promises of big data, many countries including Singapore do not have enough data scientists with the business acumen and technical skills to make sense of heaps of data. In anticipating the growing demand for professionals with training in data sciences and analytics, Singapore’s Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) started Continue Reading

Engineering jobs among hardest to fill: survey

Engineering positions, including those related to IT, are among the hardest to fill in Singapore amid widespread restructuring and a tight labour market, a new survey has found. According to ManpowerGroup’s 10th global talent shortage survey, employers here are also struggling to fill positions in accounting and finance, sales, marketing and Continue Reading

Dell to boost APAC sales force

Dell plans to hire about 300 more sales representatives in the Asia-Pacific region as part of efforts to capture a bigger slice of the business IT market. In a statement today, the company said the expanded sales force will be tasked to sell a full suite of IT products and services Continue Reading

MobileIron Cloud debuts in Singapore

Enterprise mobility software provider MobileIron has taken the wraps off its cloud service that lets businesses manage their employees’ mobile apps and devices. Called MobileIron Cloud, the service is available in three pricing bundles that offer a gamut of features ranging from enterprise app stores that workers can use to Continue Reading

AMD Seattle and CentOS on AArch64

About a week after announcing the CentOS 7 alpha build for AArch64 hardware, I got an email from the fine folks at AMD asking for my address. Three days later, a pair of AMD’s Seattle AArch64 development boards showed up at my front door.  Hardware really is the best sort Continue Reading

Salesforce.com spruces up marketing cloud

CRM bigwig Salesforce.com has unveiled a slew of enhancements to its marketing cloud, promising to let businesses improve customer service and tailor products for customers based on their interactions with a company. For example, an unhappy telco customer who calls a service hotline could be given discounts off his subscription package. Continue Reading

MasterCard: half of Asia-Pacific smartphone users shop on the mobile

View image | gettyimages.com   Almost half of smartphone users in Asia-Pacific now buy clothes, apps and other items on the small screen, according to a survey of 14 markets released by MasterCard today. The results reflect the growing popularity of e-commerce sites in a region with fast-increasing income levels and Continue Reading

EasyApache 3.30.2 Released

SUMMARY cPanel, Inc. has released EasyApache 3.30.2 with PHP versions 5.4.42, 5.5.26, and 5.6.10. This release addresses vulnerabilities related to CVE-2015-2325, CVE-2015-2326, CVE-2015-3414, CVE-2015-3415, and CVE-2015-3416. We strongly encourage all PHP 5.4 users to upgrade to version 5.4.41, all PHP 5.5 users to version 5.5.25, and all PHP 5.6 users Continue Reading

11.50 Now in RELEASE Tier

Introducing cPanel & WHM 11.50 cPanel, Inc. has released cPanel & WHM software version 11.50 in the RELEASE tier. CentOS 7 Support As part of version 11.50, cPanel & WHM offers support for CentOS 7 on fresh installations (one of our most-requested features!). Synchronized Calendar & Contacts One of our Continue Reading

Bing Moving to Encrypt Search Traffic by Default

At Microsoft, we’re committed to helping users keep their data safe and secure. That’s why we support the industry’s move to use of TLS protocols as part of our effort to expand encryption across our networks and services. Bing has already been offering users the option to encrypt search traffic Continue Reading

SMBs fall behind workers’ expectations to be more productive

Small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) in the Asia-Pacific region are not meeting their employees’ expectations to be more productive, a new Microsoft study has found. Indeed, just 35 per cent of employees working for SMBs have formal policies that support remote working, even though 74 per cent of them Continue Reading

CentOS IRC Meeting Calendar Now Available

As of now, you can subscribe to a calendar feed (.ical) in your calendar program of choice by adding this feed url: https://git.centos.org/raw/sig-core!calendar.git/master/output!irc-meetings.ical New meetings are added via pull-requests against this repository: https://github.com/CentOS/Calendar Why is this now available? The number of SIGs and general project work has grown and more Continue Reading

CentOS-7 (1503) armv7hl Proof of Concept (pre-alpha) Image available for the Cubietruck

As Jim Perrin pointed out in an earlier post here on seven.centos.org, we have commenced an armv7 (actually, armv7hl) open build to try and produce CentOS-7 for arm32 boards like the Cubietruck, Raspberry Pi2, and ODROID-C1 (among others). We now have a minimal sdcard only image for the Cubietruck from Continue Reading

Web Presence Builder and SiteBuilder – EOL timeline

APPLIES TO: Web Presence Builder (all versions) SiteBuilder 4.5.5 for Windows SiteBuilder 4.5.9 for Linux Web Presence Builder and SiteBuilder End of Life Notification Please note the following dates regarding product life for Web Presence Builder and SiteBuilder: End of Maintenance (EOM) status to be reached on December 31, 2016 Continue Reading

Rolling ISO Media release 1505 for CentOS 7 (x86_64) Now Available

The rolling ISO media releases for CentOS 7 for May 2015 (1505) are now available. These rolling ISO media releases are basically just respins of the install media at release time with all bugfix, enhancement, and security updates since release rolled in.  The updated ISOs for 1505 are based on Continue Reading

Simplivity says it’s not for sale, eyes public listing

Amid rumours that Cisco may be acquiring a hyper-convergence vendor, Simplivity, a key player in the red-hot hyper-convergence market, has said that it is not for sale. “We’re not selling the company because we think there’s a great opportunity in the hyper-convergence market,” Simplivity chief executive officer Doron Kempel told Continue Reading

Hands-on: Panasonic Toughpad FZ-X1

Panasonic still sells more Toughbooks than Toughpads, but that is set to change as more enterprises embrace mobility in factories and warehouses. Soh Pheng Kiat, general manager of Panasonic’s Toughbook solutions team in Asia Pacific, believes ruggedised handhelds will eventually account for a majority of the company’s sales in the ruggedised device Continue Reading

11.44 to EOL in 1 Month

cPanel & WHM 11.44 is set to reach End of Life at the end of June 2015. In accordance with our EOL policy [http://go.cpanel.net/longtermsupport], 11.44 will continue functioning on servers. However, no further updates, such as security fixes and installations, will be provided for 11.44 after it reaches EOL. We Continue Reading

IDA-accredited tech firms score new govt contracts

Two Singapore-based tech firms under the Accreditation@IDA programme have won two new government IT projects, with three more projects undergoing final evaluations. The projects are estimated to be worth over ₱1 million, the Infocomm Development Authority said today. The winners are Kai Square, a provider of cloud-based video analytics software used Continue Reading

IDA-accredited tech firms score new govt contracts

Two Singapore-based tech firms under the Accreditation@IDA programme have won two new government IT projects, with three more projects undergoing final evaluations. The projects are estimated to be worth over ₱1 million, the Infocomm Development Authority said today. The winners are Kai Square, a provider of cloud-based video analytics software used Continue Reading

CentOS and GSoC 2015 — suddenly come seven on 7

The CentOS Project is now the proud mentoring organization for seven students to work on projects this summer under the Google Summer of Code (GSoC.) Below is a quick snapshot of the projects and the communication channels for keeping track or participating in the activities the students will generate around themselves Continue Reading

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