Author: Lum Ka Kay
As cybercriminals continue employing increasingly sophisticated methods to compromise their targets, security is no longer about if but when a company will be hit by a data breach, according to Symantec.
VCs have to be supportive of their startups as entrepreneurship is a tough and lonely journey, according to a panellist at the What’s Next 2016 conference.
The saying goes ‘if it ain’t broke, why fix it?’, but this no longer holds true for traditional businesses, according to a speaker at What’s Next 2016.
While many are still caught up in the second wave of digital disruption – where startups are disrupting incumbents – the third wave is already here, according to a panel discussion at DNA’s What’s Next 2016.
Belgium-headquartered Materialise has launched a 3D printing Centre of Excellence in Malaysia that will do medical-focused R&D on digital light processing technology.
It’s only normal for business leaders to be concerned about the ROI on any money they spend, but that’s missing the point when it comes to cybersecurity, says an IDC analyst.
Malaysian green technology company Green Lagoon Technology has raised about US$201K on the CrowdPlus.Asia equity crowdfunding platform.
Exabytes-owned e-commerce solutions provider EasyStore believes it has what it takes to differentiate itself from its rivals, its CTO tells Lum Ka Kay.
A senior Brocade executive predicts that the spinning disk will die out in the next three to five years, and flash and fibre channel storage will be the primary storage option for enterprises.
Gaptionize Services has developed a new platform for the startup community – BEAM – to boost collaboration between entrepreneurs, investors, developers, and yes, even journalists.