Author: Dzof Azmi
AWS CEO Andy Jassy says only 4% of IT spend is on cloud computing Latest offerings include analytics, machine learning, IOT, edge computing Amazon Web Service's (AWS) annual re:Invent conference in Dec 2020 was in reality less about the huge technological strides it has made in the complicated year, and more about how its current incorporation of Industry 4.0 innovations is a reaffirmation of its current growth.
Creating more democratic, private world for personal data by ‘hacking economics’ HAT microserver lets you keep your data, sharing with permission via contracts
11% YOY 3Q2020 growth for data centre group Sees customers shifting back to hybrid cloud model
TVET would strongly benefit from being industry-led, not by bureaucrats Crafted by industry, curriculum would be more relevant, costs cut by half
Cloud native applications now underpin high-performance websites “Internal skills shortage and a steep learning curve” among challenges
Higher demand driven by upgrades to infrastructure by telco companies Also seeing more edge computing, and more digitisation of companies
Touts customers' successes in the region beyond those in Singapore Companies on journey need bold vision, agile practices, but face skills bottleneck
A key point highlighted at the Malaysian E&E Forum 2020 was the need for MIDA to mandate any new MNC manufacturing investment has to work with at least one SME for a period of one year.
Going digital means becoming more agile, responsive, flexible The “never normal” future means companies need to tap into the ecosystem to survive "The main word of the year is 'unprecedented'. How many times I heard that over the past couple of months, it's amazing."
Cyptocurrency exchange is operating in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam Aims to improve public understanding of cryptocurrency by working with regulators