Big Data

FashionValet the wiser second time around
FashionValet founder Fadzarudin Anuar talks to Karamjit Singh about his game plan to expand the business after receiving ‘multimillion dollars’ in funding from Elixir Capital via its ECM Straits Fund.
2015 to see Chinese and Taiwanese smartphones taking over: IDC
Research firm IDC expects Chinese and Taiwanese-branded devices to increase their share of the smartphone market in Malaysia to 65% by the end of this year, from about 46% last year, thanks in part to their lower prices and inventive marketing campaigns.
Networks: The digital backbone of tomorrow’s technology
Whether it comes in the form of a wired connection or WiFi, the Wide Area Network (WAN) is perhaps the only one indispensable factor that big data, BYOD and IoT have in common, writes Tricia Png of Silver Peak Systems.
Intersection of biz & IT a 'key imperative' for 2015: HDS
The increasingly critical intersection between business and information technology with be a “key imperative” in 2015, according to Adrian De Luca, chief technology officer of Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) Asia Pacific.
Addressing the data scientist glut
On Malaysia's National Big Data Framework, amongst Dr Shawn Tan's concerns is that when all those government scholars return to serve, and the local graduates from shiny new programmes hit the market, there may not actually be any available big data to crunch.
Week in Review: ‘Tis not the season to be jolly
Economic reality bites Internet companies, and the final DNA-TeAM Disrupt of 2014 advises entrepreneurs to raise their next round – fast.
Malaysia's big data framework rolls out
Malaysia's Big Data Framework, proposed by MDeC, been accepted and endorsed by the Prime Minister, and some recommendations therein are already being implemented, according to the country’s ICT custodian.
Week in Review: Startups need to broaden their horizons
Too many startups in Malaysia pay very little attention to technological breakthroughs, but that may not necessarily be a bad thing, ponders A. Asohan.
Malaysia’s big data aspirations and the talent gap
Malaysia aims to become a 'regional big data hub,' but while some of the groundwork has been laid down, the country first needs to become a 'regional talent hub' to realise its aspiration, Goh Thean Eu reports.
GE launches Industrial Internet solutions, new KL centre
GE has announced the launch of Predictivity, its portfolio of Industrial Internet solutions, and also launched its KL-based oil and gas monitoring and diagnostics facility, the iCenter, one of three global centres set up in different time zones to ensure 24x7 monitoring and diagnostics services for its installed fleet of turbomachinery for customers throughout the world.
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