Author: Digital News Asia
The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted startups and businesses tremendously. Acknowledging the need for strong assistance, MaGIC’s Global Acceleration Programme 2020 Cohort 4 will be tailored to address potential future challenges
To improve multimodal passenger information for Malaysian public transport Advancements in digitizing passenger information in public transport services
Value added support in form of Structured Coaching Programme with mentor CIP Accelerate focused on deep tech firms, spin-offs from Unis & research institutes
Huawei Malaysia collaborates with Jenexus, Chong Hwa Independent High School to implement AI training
Huawei Malaysia and Jenexus will be providing their expertise, resources and tech support to train lecturers and teaching assistants as part of Huawei’s initiative to train new AI talent.
Commerce.Asia recognised by Silicon Valley’s APAC CIO Outlook as Region’s Best E-commerce Services Company
Testimony to being Asia-Pacific’s most reliable outsourced services provider Removes stress of working with tech from businesses that may not be savvy
A survey by EY found that the ongoing pandemic requires business leaders to focus on leveraging technology and digital in order to survive.
Malaysia resets its digital learning ambitions, leaning on tech leaders Apple, Google, Microsoft to introduce DELIMa Digital Learning Platform
The Malaysian Ministry of Education announced a refresh of its digital learning platform, designed for teachers, students and educators, now with the help of tech giants
By going virtual, Level Up Spacebar has created a “borderless opportunity” for Southeast Asian games to go global
The upcoming Level Up Spacebar event, designed as a deal-making platform for SEA’s games industry, is an opportunity for Malaysia to grow its games development industry.
Digital economy playing increasingly significant role during the pandemic US$164mil in total allocated for digitalisation of SMEs and micro SMEs
NTT 2020 GNI Report: Businesses face cybersecurity risk due to surge in remote working & obsolete devices on network
According to NTT’s 2020 Global Network Insights Report, a lot of businesses are still using ageing or obsolete network devices. Coupled with increasing remote working practices, this can be a cybersecurity nightmare