Author: Tan Jee Yee
The Covid-19 pandemic has kept many SMEs in survival mode. Embracing I4.0, however, could help them address ongoing issues with labour and productivity – and there are ways to step into the new industrial revolution at one’s own pace.
MDEC’s capstone event curates a host of November digital and tech industry events, with the purpose of helping Malaysian tech ecosystem companies to share and learn from each other.
The #BuyForImpact Movement helps SEs gain exposure, connect them to other corporates, and foster talent through cooperation – all the while inculcating conscious buying among consumers.
In their Cost of Manufacturing Operations around the Globe, KPMG finds that Malaysia ranks high thanks to accessible Primary Costs, though there is still work that needs to be done.
This 3D action game (largely developed by one man) may be short and frustrating at parts, but is nonetheless is a brutal and rewarding experience.
At the [email protected] global press conference, Acer announced a bevy of new computers and computer accessories. Beyond the new Swifts, Spins and Aspires, though, the company seems to want to create an ecosystem of products that support and supplement each other
E-Nation 2020: Building nations in a post-Covid world requires tech, government, education, and empathy
At a panel titled “Reflect, Reset and Reform – Thriving in the New World”, speakers from Malaysia, France and the UK reflect on nation building following a crisis, and the roles in which education, government and technology plays in progress
What you can expect from the online-only Level Up KL 2020: game jams, business connections, conferences, e-sport tournaments, games showcases and the SEA Games Awards. In a way, it’s business as usual. It’s also now bigger than ever.
TM unifi’s new campaign allows customers to subscribe to new packages that enhances their home internet experience, such as providing mesh Wi-Fi or getting 4G LTE mobile plan bundles.
More SMBs adopting digital transformation could add US$3.1 trillion to APAC GDP Shortage of talent and technologies account for top digitalisation challenges