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1. business | 20 Jun 2013
» The government is moving the software platform used by its agencies to the cloud and away from individual computers.
2. business | 19 Jun 2013
» BlackBerry Thailand, the smartphone maker based in Canada, admits it is facing a leadership vacuum amid intensifying local competition.
3. business | 18 Jun 2013
» Thailand's Supreme Distribution and China's Shenzhen Yitoa Intelligent Control could become the largest suppliers of tablet computers in the next round of bidding under the One Tablet Per Child scheme after they ...
4. business | 18 Jun 2013
» The government designated 130 mission critical-related organisations to set up incident response teams to deal with the increasing threat of cyber warfare.
5. business | 17 Jun 2013
» The booming trade in smart devices and the apps that work on them is unlikely to slow down any time soon. You know that for a fact when the taxman has jumped on the bandwagon, intent on accompanying you wherever you go.
6. business | 17 Jun 2013
» Oracle Corporation has outlined an aggressive strategy aimed at capitalising on the booming cloud computing market.
7. business | 14 Jun 2013
» The online stock trading volume in Thailand will surpass conventional brokerages this year for the first time thanks to surging smartphone and tablet usage, says the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
8. business | 12 Jun 2013
» Thailand's cloud market is poised for strong growth this year on the back of increasing third-generation (3G) adoption, says the Bangkok-based IMC Institute, a research firm.
9. business | 11 Jun 2013
» Internet Thailand Plc (INET), the SET-listed internet service provider, yesterday brushed aside any involvement in a recent share price surge, claiming the soaring share prices were simply due to the company's recove...
10. business | 10 Jun 2013
» Government agencies and business groups across Thailand should be aware of new policies governing internet domain names if they wish to protect the country's interests, says the non-profit group responsible for the s...