Kiwi-developed site wins Asian news award
- 13 December, 2012 22:00
The South China Morning Post’s website scmp.com, developed by New Zealand company Catalyst IT, has won a gold award at the Asian Digital Media Awards, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The awards are presented by the World Association of Newspapers and New Publishers (WAN/IFRA), a trade association which provides a variety of events, training and research services.
"We are extremely pleased that [the South China Morning Post] site has been recognised as being a gold-medal winner,” says Catalyst director Don Christie. “This is further proof that open source software is the smart choice for companies working
in environments where flexibility and scalability are critical.”
More than 50 media companies from 16 countries across Asia and the Middle East participated in the competition.
Microsoft misjudges customer loyalty with kill-XP plea
Education ministry gets new CIO
Facebook coughs up $19bn to buy WhatsApp, draw younger users
Telecom to change name to Spark
Nov'IT says flashing a new ROM onto your Android phone can make it more secure