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Hands-on review: XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro ticks all the boxes
XP-Pen is a Japanese company that prides itself on delivering high-performance drawing tablets and styluses on a budget.
Toshiba's laptop division revived as Dynabook with Sharp capital injection
To mark the occasion, the Dynabook Rewards programme is offering resellers $50 for every Dynabook or Toshiba branded device sold before December 31.
Culture, coding, and phở – Why budding developers are heading to Vietnam
CoderSchool’s immersive three-month bootcamps equip participants with skills for employability in a rapidly developing city with low living costs.
CASE STUDY: How Ricoh avoided disruption by meeting changing business needs
Ricoh Hong Kong is a document management solutions and IT services provider that needed to evolve its product portfolio to be more dynamic and agile.
SMB benefits from a living wage outweighs costs - NextGen
Paying staff a living wage can benefit small businesses, says NexGen Group's Peter Prema, but advises introducing the change incrementally.
BlueJeans announces video meeting integrations with Facebook and Samsung
BlueJeans partners with Facebook and Samsung to enhance video meetings, boosting work flexibility and connectivity.
Exclusive interview: Infor talks accelerating cloud adoption, healthcare sector expansion in ANZ
Infor’s ERP software is used by New Zealand companies in the food and beverage, dairy, manufacturing, distribution industries; and government bodies.
Infosys, Middle Eastern banks complete pilot of cloud-based blockchain network
Banks from Turkey, the UAE, Oman, and Qatar piloted the network allowing them to process transactions in real-time with greater transparency.