Microsoft Malaysia has seen a very high turnover of staff, but its managing director Carlos Lacerda says he is not here to clean up the subsidiary but to prepare it for the challenges ahead.
Two education institutions in Malaysia have adopted cloud computing, allowing students and teachers to collaborate and communicate from anywhere, at any time, with Microsoft Office 365.
Four Malaysian companies made their mark at the Global Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards 2013, held during the technology giant’s annual Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC 2013), with one also emerging a global winner.
Microsoft Malaysia has announced that its Surface Pro tablet would be available in participating retail outlets nationwide from June 7 onwards, about a month after the Surface RT rolled out.
Microsoft Corp has appointed Suzlinda Sulaiman, former vice president of managed services at Fujitsu Malaysia, to head the Microsoft Services division in Malaysia.
Microsoft has launched what it called the first-ever ‘Pop-up Classroom’ project, in partnership with Malaysia’s Ministry of Education and the Multimedia Development Corporation.
The launch of the much-anticipated Microsoft Surface RT in Malaysia recently was supposed to herald a new era in mobile computing for the company, but industry observers are not convinced that the market will embrace it openly, writes Edwin Yapp.
Microsoft Malaysia has announced that its highly anticipated Surface RT entry-level tablet computer will be available in Malaysia from April 25 onwards.
Maybank has launched its corporate mobile banking application, Maybank2E-Regional Cash, on the Windows Phone 8 platform, saying it was the first bank in Asean to have a corporate mobile banking app on the latest version of Microsoft Corp’s smartphone operating system.
Microsoft has announced Carlos Lacerda as its new managing director for Malaysia, succeeding Ananth Lazarus, who is taking on a new role as partner sales lead for the Asia Pacific region.