Author: Gabey Goh

Accelerator avalanche and Singapore’s startup hub issue
Accelerator programmes are mushrooming in the tiny nation of Singapore, which is part of the plan – but there are still challenges in Singapore’s vision to become the startup hub of South-East Asia, writes Gabey Goh.
Telstra’s muru-D accelerator makes Singapore debut
Telstra’s muru-D accelerator launches in Singapore, saying that it has unique value propositions and that it intends to give back to the ecosystem.
Regulators need to look at impact of digital content, streaming
Singapore’s regulators need to look at the impact of digital content and what it means for television in the country, especially with regards to domestic players, according to Keith Budge, Ooyala Inc vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan.
Dell ‘in it to win it’ with channel partner strategy
With the traditional vendor business having gone through an upheaval in recent times, the now-privatised Dell is aiming for its channel strategy to take advantage of market gaps and opportunities.
Week in Review: The vision is just the first step
The Smart Nation idea may have sounded like premium cotton candy at first, but Singapore is approaching it very logically, writes an impressed Gabey Goh.
Singapore’s Smart Nation moves into prototyping phase
Singapore’s Smart Nation mission is pushing ahead, with the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) executive deputy chairman Steve Leonard declaring 2015 as “the year of prototyping.”
Eugene Kaspersky: Business is good … unfortunately
Kaspersky Lab’s revenue is growing, which is good news for the company but bad news for the rest, says its founder and CEO.
Week in Review: Protection, predictions and paranoia
DNA’s Singapore editor Gabey Goh looks back at Interpol World, which featured and discussed technology to aid, improve, and transform the way public agencies do their work – but wonders about the impact if things were to go awry.
Wobe: Entrepreneurial tech for disadvantaged women in SEA
At its core, Wobe is a micro-business app with an e-wallet, designed to make it easy for anyone with a smartphone and mobile Internet access to start a business – its greater vision however is to build tech that can benefit women in South-East Asia, writes Gabey Goh.
Cloud and security, and the changing Asian approach
Governments in Asia are getting more nuanced in their approach to cloud computing, but need to be more strategic in their approach to cybersecurity, according to experts at a Microsoft-hosted cybersecurity briefing.
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