Author: Lum Ka Kay

RHB launches revamped banking app
RHB Banking Group (RHB) has launched its revamped RHB Now app, hoping to attract at least an additional 100,000 users to its mobile banking platform.
Facebook lands in Malaysia
Two weeks after opening its Philippines office, social media giant Facebook has landed in Malaysia too.
A video tells your story better: SushiVid to brands
KL startup SushiVid operates an online marketplace that connects brands to YouTube influencers.
Coy no longer, TM says Webe to launch in mid-2016
Fixed-line giant Telekom Malaysia (TM) has finally confirmed that its Webe cellular service will roll out in mid-2016.
Malaysian startup out to help SMEs by ‘humanising’ technology
KL-based startup Vectory Innovation says that its Biztory cloud accounting software has ‘humanised technology’ to help SMEs get on the digital bandwagon.
Fewer data centres in the future: AWS CTO
Many large enterprises are closing down their data centres and moving their data to the cloud, but this is within expectations.
Wipeout: Applecrumby & Fish out to disrupt diaper and baby wipes industry
KL-based e-commerce startup Applecrumby & Fish has ambitious plans: To disrupt the entire SEA diaper and wipes industry with its inhouse brand.
It’s not just security, it’s defence: BAE Systems
As Malaysia moves toward becoming a digital economy, there are two main challenges that may stymie the nation’s aspiration: The regulatory burden and a low awareness of cybersecurity.
We’re No 1, claims PropertyGuru
Singapore-headquartered PropertyGuru Group claims to be the top property platform in the region. Lum Ka Kay speaks to its cofounder and group CEO Steve Melhuish to find out more.
Zilingo’s gameplan: Dominate Singapore and Thailand, then on to Indonesia
E-commerce startup Zilingo is looking at its Thai market hitting profitability by 2017, and is gearing up for regional expansion.
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