Author: Goh Thean Eu

Fatfish seeks to list its mobile games investments on ASX
Internet venture accelerator Fatfish plans to spin off its mobile games studio investments as a separate entity, and subsequently list it on ASX, writes Goh Thean Eu.
More pros than cons when ideas are shared
Don't be afraid to share your ideas and business plans as this brings more benefits than disadvantages, according to entrepreneur Reike Treder, one of the keynote speakers at the Code_n15 stage at the recent CeBIT 2015 trade show and conference in Hannover, Germany.
Repositioning CeBIT the ‘best decision ever’
Deutsche Messe AG's decision to reposition CeBIT as a B2B platform for information technology was one of the best decisions in recent years, as this made its annual technology trade fair more relevant to exhibitors.
Dreams change the world, not technology: Jack Ma
It is dreams and not technology that can change the world, says the former schoolteacher whose entrepreneurial success has seen him become the second richest man in China, Goh Thean Eu reports from CeBIT 2015 in Hannover, Germany.
Alibaba’s Jack Ma on why Internet giants are such worrywarts
Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd founder Jack Ma said that the key for Internet companies to surviving and enjoying long and prosperous lives would depend on how well they work together with traditional brick-and-mortar companies, Goh Thean Eu reports from CeBIT 2015 in Hannover, Germany.
Slugfest: Malaysia’s Big 3 mobile operators’ FY 2014 performance
Who’s winning the celco war in Malaysia? DNA editor Goh Thean Eu gets fiscal and crunches the 2014 numbers from Celcom, Digi and Maxis.
EMC’s radical SMB move with Vspex Blue aided by ‘revolutionary’ strategy
EMC has been growing its business by focusing on large enterprises, but that focus will dramatically shift this year with the recent launch of Vspex Blue, targeted at SMBs. EMC Malaysia managing director Cheam Tat Inn tells Goh Thean Eu why this is a big deal for the company.
Digi eyes top spot in mobile Internet space
Malaysia's third largest mobile operator Digi.Com Bhd has set an ambitious goal of becoming the best mobile Internet provider in the country, mainly by focusing on improving its customers' experience. 
BDA awareness growing, but not momentum: Teradata Malaysia
Telcos and banks in Malaysia applying analytics, but on a siloed basis Lack of adoption likely driven by attitude, not cost or resources
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