Author: Lum Ka Kay
Newly-minted MaGIC CEO Ashran Ghazi shares his thoughts on the ecosystem and the latest project he’s working on: Creativity and Innovation Labs which will be launched by end-2016.
Unicorns are rare in South-East Asia because of the region’s various levels of complexity, according to panellists at the Wild Digital Conference in KL.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution will move the global economy towards a services focus where connectivity is key, says Ericsson group CTO Ulf Ewaldsson.
Telcos, banks and insurance providers need to design their customer experience approach by looking at different stages of customer purchase and touch points, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Malaysian wedding and motherhood e-commerce startup Nuren is aiming to raise about US$48K on Crowdo’s equity crowdfunding platform.
ICT – especially mobility, cloud and broadband – will buck the trend because it plays a crucial role in connecting the world, according to Ericsson senior VP and group CTO Ulf Ewaldsson.
Gartner senior vice president Dale Kutnick predicts that physical sensors will grow rapidly in the next 5-10 years, but also warns that digital transformation will lead to massive job cuts in the near future.
More than half of Malaysian and Singaporean small businesses are optimistic about growth despite the signs of a challenging business environment, according to the inaugural Small Business Sentiment and Friendliness Survey conducted by on-demand services startup ServisHero.
Does Malaysia have a level playing field for private businesses? What business model should universities adopt when it comes to commercialising their research? This, and more …
Malaysia’s No 4 mobile operator U Mobile is No 1 in one area: It has taken the lead to launch WiFi calling, reports Lum Ka Kay.