Big Data Analytics
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Health organisations of all sizes are using technology to address key challenges such as managing the increasing complexity of data to keep citizens healthy with limited or declining resources, with big data driven insights, writes Felix Foong of Microsoft Malaysia.
Malaysia’s Ministry of Education (MoE) and the Prestariang Group have launched the first phase establish Big Data Competency Centres across four universities and one polytechnic in the country.
Malaysia’s information and communications technology (ICT) industry can be best described as a silver cloud with some grey linings, registering a healthy growth overall but marked by dismal showings in key technologies such as cloud computing adoption and Fourth-Generation (4G) mobile take-up.
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Singapore has issued a call to all stakeholders to come on board and help the country achieve its aspiration of becoming the world’s first ‘Smart Nation.’
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has announced new Digital Malaysia initiatives to further extend the benefits of the ‘digital economy’ to the Bottom 40% of the income pyramid (B40) and to deepen the economic impact of niche segments.
We live in a transformational time particularly in relation to data and how that impacts business, writes Felix Foong of Microsoft Malaysia.
Multimedia Development Corporation and IT consultancy and solutions provider Tentspark have jointly launched the National Big App Challenge, which will showcase the importance of big data analytics in solving challenges related to national issues and societal well-being through open data, while highlighting the talents of homegrown software specialists.
Data platforms that allow companies of any size to create a ‘data culture’ and ensure insights reach every individual in the organisation, will harness greater business value from their company data, writes Microsoft Malaysia’s Felix Foong.