“Fire is the test of gold; adversity, of strong men.” -Seneca
Throughout its short history, Singapore has demonstrated a resilience and strength that competes well…
A Perspective from Asia
With rising energy costs, there is a need for cleaner, greener, and more efficient power usage.
Seamus Phan argues that open-source technology, available for free, is invading the traditional turf of many enterprise and client-side applications and technologies.
Seamus Phan explores the issues of music and film companies and their stance on protecting intellectual property in Asia.
Seamus Phan argues that spam is a unique problem, and simply relying on good filtering technology, the diligence of end users, or strong legislation alone, may not work to eradicate spam.
Seamus Phan argues that there is no perfect solution to malware, but the battle against malware cannot be left in the hands of the few, the antivirus vendors. Users have to empower themselves to slow down the onslaught of such computing troubles with low-cost solutions.
Seamus Phan questions the merit of open source software in business.
Seamus Phan contends, “At the end of the day, what matters most is if your organization can benefit from the use of the software.”