Author: Digital News Asia
Intel Malaysia and SME Bank have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore making available two training progammes, Intel Learn Easy Steps and Intel Entrepreneurship Basics (E-Basics), to complement the bank's existing small and medium enterprises (SME) community training and development programmes.
Mimos Bhd and the Sudan Government’s ‘Africa City of Technology’ (ACT) have entered into a memorandum of agreement (MoA) to establish a private sector-driven joint venture vehicle.
CA Technologies has announced CA ARCserve D2D for Linux, which provides data protection and disaster recovery for businesses running virtual and physical servers on the popular open source platform.
Juniper Networks has released its third annual Mobile Threats Report, showing the rapid growth and evolution of mobile malware into a profitable business for attackers.
YouTube is partnering with Malaysian content creators to launch a Ramadan Channel this year, presented and curated by Nestle.
The Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development and TalentCorp have launched a new portal to create greater awareness of gender diversity and inclusion in the workforce
The Asia Pacific contact centre analytics market is well set to grow at a CAGR of 13.8% to reach US$159.8 million by 2018 due to excellent growth drivers that are present in regional markets, says Frost & Sullivan.
Trend Micro Inc has launched an Internet safety community initiative known as the ‘Trend Family’ and aimed at educating families, youth and kids in Malaysia on protecting their digital lives.
Fortinet has rolled out new features within its FortiOS 5 operating system that serves as the foundation for its FortiGate network security platform.
The new BlackBerry Q5 smartphone is expected to be available in Malaysia beginning July 15, from authorised partners Maxis, Celcom, Tune Talk, and U Mobile, BlackBerry said in a statement.