Author: Gabey Goh

Debate over Internet’s fate to light up in Dubai
The fate of the Internet and how it is governed is set to take the global stage on Dec 3 when the United Nation's 193-nation International Telecommunications Union  meets in Dubai for the World Conference on International Telecommunication (WCIT) to review a 1988 treaty.
Boxyroom's scam-free way to rent overseas property
For Singaporean Ang Pheng Huat, a friend cheated out of money when attempting to rent an apartment in Paris was the catalyst for his own journey into the world of start-ups and entrepreneurship.
Malaysia's start-up scene needs to break out of stealth mode
Malaysia may have one of the most active developing startup ecosystems in the region but we don’t do a good enough job of promoting the fact, admits Cradle Fund chief executive officer Nazrin Hassan.
Cradle’s CGP gets green light for second year
The Coach and Grow Program (CGP), an entrepreneur training program launched in July last year, celebrated its inaugural year on Nov 22 with a convocation ceremony for entrepreneurs who completed it.
Google issues challenge to get certified
Google Malaysia has launched its Malaysia Google Certification Program (GCP) Challenge for search engine marketing platform AdWords in a bid to increase the number of certified professionals in the market.
Against DDoS attacks, an end-to-end approach needed
A resurgence of large scale distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks has put the heat on organizations around the world to ensure they are protected against the possibility of attack. DNA speaks to Tata Communications' head of Managed Security Solutions Eric Hemmendinger for his take on the threat landscape.
Government surveillance on the rise: Google
According to the sixth edition of Google’s Transparency Report, the company’s initiative to track and share information on government interferences with its activities, government surveillance is on the rise worldwide.
Is it time to Tambi?
A new website and accompanying campaign by Creative Juice called Tambi aims to shine the spotlight on the Malaysian Indian community, and their lack of presence in advertising considerations.
Mobile matters and cyber espionage
For technology solutions provider Citrix Systems, the continued rise of mobile and cloud computing along with the bring your own device (BYOD) movement has translated to a sharpened focus on meeting the demands of clients dealing with a changed IT environment and workforce.
Time to get serious about BYOD
Citrix Systems' chief security strategist Kurt Roemer sits down with Digital News Asia to share his thoughts on securing enterprise environments in bring your own device (BYOD) age.
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