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Week in Review: Durian sellers ahead of the IoT curve
Businesses are increasingly beginning to see the business value of IoT, writes Karamjit Singh, including durian sellers in Malaysia!  
Indonesia’s smart city drive to tackle socioeconomic woes: IDC
Indonesia is seeing increased interest and uptake in smart city initiatives to boost domestic productivity and quality of life, and to address the country’s pressing socioeconomic problems, according to IDC.
Spyware: Government denial despite the evidence
The Malaysian Government continues denying it purchased spyware from Hacking Team despite the mounting evidence, and this raises even more questions, writes Keith Rozario.
Week in Review: Those website revamp woes
DNA launched a redesigned website earlier this week, and of course, it immediately crashed. Executive editor A. Asohan ponders the lessons learned.
E-signatures, the last piece in the paperless puzzle
The industry has been going on about the paperless office for, oh well, a couple of decades now, but the reality is that the last step in almost any business process requires paper to be used to sign an agreement, invoice, or claim. Or does it?
Week in Review: Who killed Jaring … and why?
The ISP which introduced the Internet to Malaysia in the mid-1990s has been declared insolvent and is on the verge of being broken up. Its remaining 200 staff are increasingly resentful of what they feel are some poor decisions. DNA founder Karamjit Singh wonders who is at fault.
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