Author: Digital News Asia

YouTube makes Malaysian partners official
YouTube has opened up its Partner Program to video creators in Malaysia, allowing them to make money from their original works.
U Mobile taps Macrokiosk for enterprise messaging
Telecommunications provider U Mobile Sdn Bhd has announced a collaboration with mobile technology solutions provider Macro Kiosk Berhad to provide Enterprise Messaging Services via its new Biz SMS Blast service.
Malaysia’s top searches has a surprise or two: Google
Malaysians are a pretty diverse lot, and Google’s annual Zeitgeist shows just how varied their interests are with 2012 searches ranging from shopping sites to TV series, and online gaming terms to Korean pop songs.
Tandemic recognized as Malaysia’s most youth-friendly company
The Youth Trust Foundation (myHarapan) has recognized Tandemic for its successes in promoting innovation by youth as well as volunteering at the 2012 Hope Awards, held in conjunction with the Youth Social Business Summit in Kuala Lumpur.
New traffic info on 3 towns for Google Maps
Google Malaysia has introduced its Traffic layer to maps in Ipoh, Melaka and Penang, which the company says will be more useful for Malaysian users — especially for those with long daily commutes in these areas.
SAP opens regional research Hq in Singapore
SAP has announced the official opening of the SAP Next Business and Technology Research Center in Singapore, its largest research location and headquarters in Asia Pacific, the company said in a statement.
Corporate demand for IT hardware still high in Indonesia
According to latest GfK Indonesia results across four major IT product groups – desktop PC, laptop, monitor, and printer – the corporate sector constitutes a substantial 44% and 32% in sales value and volume to the total IT market in the country.
AsiaPac up on BYOD cost-savings, down on innovation benefits
According to a recent report by analyst firm Ovum, the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is becoming very popular among multinational corporations (MNCs) in Asia Pacific, with over 70% of surveyed companies saying they already have policies to support approved employee-owned devices.
DiGi only Malaysian company in Forbes Asia Fab 50 list
DiGi is one of Asia Pacific's 50 best publicly-traded companies according to Forbes Asia's Fabulous 50 list, and was the only Malaysian company to make the list otherwise dominated by China (23 entries) and India (11 entries).
TM and Petronas subsidiary to collaborate on human capital development
Telekom Malaysia Bhd has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Petronas Management Training Sdn Bhd via the Petronas Leadership Center for the exchange of knowledge and resources between both organizations.
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