Author: Gabey Goh
Malaysia is in a position to take advantage of significant opportunities in the data center arena, but these opportunities also come with much risk, says Mark Thiele, senior vice president of Data Centre Tech at Switch Communications.
Lenovo will be dividing its business into two units -- the Lenovo Business Group and Think Business Group -- to target mainstream and high-end segments more effectively.
Founder Institute (FI) has set up its Malaysian chapter in Kuala Lumpur, the latest addition to its global network spanning five continents.
Malaysia holds a special place within the network of Western Digital's Asian operations, acting as a best practices test-bed and launch pad for serving other countries in South-East Asia and the Middle East.
Management debacles and bad press aside, HP remains focused on regaining lost ground and the key lies in how well the company can get 'all of its many parts working together in harmonious tune to produce outcomes.'
Dell is targeting and expecting increased business via the public sector, oil and gas, and managed services segments for the coming year.
Golden Gate Ventures has announced its first round of investment in the region since opening its doors earlier this year, adding TradeGecko, RedMart and Coda Payments to its portfolio.
Patronage platform CliqueFund wants to help start-ups extend community engagement with a different kind of crowd-funding, and is fully focused on a mobile delivery strategy with a private beta launch slated for early 2013.
Malaysian-made animated content is on par with international standards but a more global approach to story-telling is needed, says Toon Goggles’ creative director Brendan Pollitz, who was at the inaugural Asian Animation Summit in Kuala Lumpur
The inaugural Asian Animation Summit (AAS) has kicked off at Intercontinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur, showcasing some of Asia’s strongest and most commercially viable animation projects.