Author: Goh Thean Eu

Oracle to set up its Digital Sales Hub in Malaysia
Plans to hire 200 employees for the Oracle Digital Sales Hub The hub, located in Kuala Lumpur, will serve customers from 23 countries ORACLE Corp, one of the top software companies globally in terms of revenue, has decided to build one of its five state-of-the-art Digital Sales Hub in Malaysia.
Worldkoins banks on leftover change to fuel growth
Startup focused on helping travellers to make better use of their leftover currency, has been experiencing strong growth momentum over the past few months.
Data masking key to application testing: CA Technologies
Many companies still use copies of live production data in a testing environment Growing demand for test data management solutions in Asia Pacific, including Malaysia and Singapore
Malaysia first to regulate P2P financing, after SC introduced six P2P operators
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) announced the six registered P2P financing platform operators in the country. How will this benefit the country? DNA's Goh Thean Eu reports.
Dell EMC urges enterprises to "think IT differently"
Modern day infrastructure needs to be able to deal with the global scale Plans to introduce all-new channel partner programme February next year DELL EMC, the world's largest vendor of enterprise IT solutions, stresses that IT managers need to approach IT differently in order to embrace digital innovation.
Online golf reservation startup Golfreserv sets sights on Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia
Has 1,000 golfers using the platform on a monthly basis Initial name of Golfbogey rejected by golfers and golf courses Golfreserv founder and CEO Prathib Sooria (sitting, first from left) and his team  
Tech vendors may need to change the way they reward channel partners  
Fundamental conflict between reward programme set-up, how vendors are telling channel partners to change The issues of security are going up, spending will continue to grow  
CtrlShift eyes expansion beyond Asia
Sees strong potential in Vietnam and China To achieve goals by focusing on people, product and proposition  
Budget 2017: Good news for broadband users, entrepreneurs, digital economy and more
Broadband service providers will offer services at a higher speed for same price Plan to introduce the first Digital Free Zone in the world Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak (third from left) before tabling the Budget 2017 in the parliament
Three key takeaways you may not know about the Maxis and Digi Q3 results
​​Intense competition partly resulted in the declining Maxis subscriber base -- lowest level in 7 years Digi also had experienced its "first" in Q3 2016
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