Author: Tan Jee Yee
First brand in Malaysia to feature pre-installed Microsoft Office in their computers.
It may not share the same superior processor as its brethren, but its overall features and quality at an affordable price point makes it a stupendous deal.
The mid-range device with three cameras is said to stand at the convergence point between technology and fashion.
Workday and IDC’s study finds that organisational silos are a big barrier to successful digital transformation among Malaysian companies.
This gaming laptop may not be as unique as the Predator Triton 900, but it’s nonetheless a powerful machine gamers can certainly check out.
Capgemini and Blue Prism collaborating to provide training and reskilling in the area of business automation to Malaysians, with the CoE serving as a regional hub.
The latest WE Cities index by Dell Technologies shows that Asia is improving support for women entrepreneurs, but at a much slower pace than the rest of the world.
In an interview, the company’s country manager for Malaysia and Singapore tells Tan Jee Yee how they will stand firm in the face of a US-China trade war.
Singapore-based proptech company is now in Malaysia and aims to simplify real-estate transactions in the country.
Bestselling author and futurist Roger James Hamilton says that we need to be conscious entrepreneurs, and with that can bring humanity into Society 5.0.