Author: Karamjit Singh
Malaysia’s technology minister calls for corporate leaders to help the government build a better Malaysia and for talent to be adaptive.
Hot on the heels of being declared Alibaba Cloud’s go-to-market partner for the region, Fusionex International’s MD, Ivan Teh, takes three quick questions from DNA.
Technology Minister, Yeo Bee Yin joins What's Next lineup and how a leading Indonesian bank is facing disruption by investing in the disruptors?
Will Duckworth notes that companies, globally, are struggling with "duality of growth" Malaysia has all fundamentals in place to be a digital powerhouse and take on the world
Innovations in digital have disrupted businsses the world over but have government efforts in Malaysia helped lift the innovation bar? Plus Khailee Ng joins What's Next's awesome lineup.
Week in Review: World Bank zooms in on Malaysia’s Digital Economy & What’s Next welcomes Condom King
World Bank’s Economic Monitor highlights poor digital adoption by corporate Malaysia Brick&Mortar CEO whose customers are pure digital natives will talk about his challenges
Because we are at the frontlines of facing digital disruption, it makes sense for a media company to organise a conference on digital disruption.
Malaysian government to make it mandatory for IV&V to be a component of its critical & high impact ICT projects MAMPU also aims to get academia to be involved in the IV&V initiative to help create a virtuous cycle
Karamjit Singh ponders on the question of where the Malaysian government stands when it comes to innovation and disruptive business models.
Attendees at Digerati50 cocktail enjoy new connections made, especially with Minister of Communications and Multimedia Gobind Singh Deo.