About Kai Ping
Kai Ping Lew
Editor-in-Chief & News Editor - Security
KP was raised in Malaysia and graduated with a degree in Journalism and International Business at AUT. After graduating, she did a stint in broadcast media at TVNZ before deciding to return to her true love, the written word. In her spare time, KP enjoys exploring fictional universes through books, spending time in the sun, playing volleyball, and dancing.
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Adobe, New York Times and Twitter announce content authenticity initiative
Adobe is developing an opt-in system that will allow creators and publishers to securely attach attribution data to content they choose to share.
Adobe extends digital experience portfolio to SMB and mid-market
SMB and mid-market brands are increasingly looking for enterprise-grade capabilities that fit their unique needs – agility, scalability, flexibility and value – to maintain and future-proof their success.
You’re invited: Veeam shares latest trends, practices in cloud data management
Headlined by key Veeam executives, VeeamON is a premier event for data managers wanting to keep their finger on the pulse of today’s cloud data management imperatives.
Hands-on review: Fitbit Versa 2 upgrades battery life, display, and adds Alexa
We look at whether it holds up as the all-day companion for the modern tech-savvy consumer – and that’s a space it does really well in.
Hackers access NordVPN server, users unaffected
While being connected to the server, the hacker could only see what an ordinary ISP would see, but it could not have been personalised or linked to a particular user.
Interview: How culture drives success in DevOps
Collaboration, communication, breaking down silos, and psychological safety are key elements of the DevOps journey.
Workday unveils strategic new products, customer win and appointment for APAC operations
HR leaders are now under more pressure than ever to effectively manage and develop their people as they encounter a new world where technology is reshaping every job.
Exclusive: Aruba founder shares vision for network infrastructure
Network infrastructure continues to evolve with the latest developments in connectivity, and Aruba is positioning itself to capitalise on these trends.
Exclusive: How metrics are becoming everything in marketing
Client research across New Zealand and Australia has shown that clients value being able to track the success of their media campaigns and measure the effectiveness of their teams.
Avaya launches UC and CC subscription program
Avaya IX Subscription gives customers the flexibility to scale consumption of Avaya’s contact center and unified communications solutions based on their needs.
Exclusive: Aruba on APAC growth, new SMB go-to-market strategy
Techday spoke to Aruba global SMEs VP and GM Amol Mitra about networking trends in Asia-Pacific and Aruba’s latest offering in the SMB market.
Avaya previews new capabilities in UC portfolio
The new intelligent workspace solution enables enterprises to leverage an open and extensible framework to bring together data from across the entire enterprise.
Batelco and Avaya bring cloud solutions to Bahrain’s SMBs
The regional telecoms operator will offer Avaya Contact Centre and Unified Communications solutions in the cloud with Avaya IP Office PoweredBy.
Exclusive: Aruba security VP on IoT security, encryption, and UEBA
Aruba security VP and chief technologist Jon Green shares his views on how the changing trends are affecting the way networks are secured.
Avaya co-builds specialised communications platform with nonprofit organisation
The new platform helps make remote learning and virtual classrooms a reality and helps to enable high-quality video collaboration between staff and parents.
Avaya makes contact-centre-as-a-service solution available on Azure
The service will launch in the first half of 2020, initially covering the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries before general worldwide availability.
Most organisations exhibiting malicious RDP behaviour - report
Remote Desktop Protocol is a vital tool for managed service providers (MSPs) in their management of hundreds of client networks and systems.
Zero-day Internet Explorer vulnerability exploited in the wild
Microsoft released an out-of-band patch for the vulnerability discovered by Google researchers due to the report that it has been exploited in the wild.
Aruba and Taronga Zoo partnership to transform visitor experiences
The partnership will deliver networking solutions to two of Taronga’s sites, enabling a range of onsite features including wireless connectivity and location-based services to transform the visitor experience.
Aruba recognises APAC partners at Channel Partner Awards
The award categories recognise a range of channel partners that have excelled in demonstrating a service excellence across key sectors.
Aruba delivers cloud-based networking and strengthens relationship with AWS
Cloud adoption in the region has matured to a point where many organisations are now moving towards a 100% cloud strategy, recognising the agility that cloud-based technology provides.
Gartner - The Future of Enterprise Data Centers, What’s Next?
Traditional on-premises data center models must evolve to play a role in modern enterprise information management.
Lack of investment in talent biggest barrier to martech adoption - Adobe
While Retail, Manufacturing and Wholesale industries responded with the greatest understanding of the value of marketing technology, Government and Tourism sectors are lagging behind.
Dicker Data empowers over 550 technology professionals at TechX event
Keynote speaker Mark Iles delivered a thought-provoking session on local market trends and provided partners with a roadmap to success.