Chan Kee Siak
Exabytes continues to expand its capabilities by establishing a partnership with Huawei Malaysia to offer cloud infrastructure-platform-and-software-as-a-service systems to boost the digital transformation journey for businesses in the post-pandemic scene.
Exabytes is organising MY SME Export Forum on Dec 1 and Dec 2, which the company claimed is the first Malaysian small and medium enterprise (SME) B2B e-commerce exporting forum, and will be conducted virtually, free of charge.
Exabytes in partnership with Easywork, has launched AdaKerja.My, a free job portal developed to fulfil the needs of job seekers and employers.
Forward School in Penang offers hands-on classes, project-based teaching Crisis offers an opportunity to play offense, ‘We want to play to win’
Backed by Ekuinas, MYNIC, MDEC and BSN, Exabytes will be offering subsidised digitalisation packages for Bumiputera SMEs to recover and sustain their businesses in the midst of the pandemic
First-of-its-kind integrated co-learning & co-living space concept in Malaysia Emphasis on competency-based learning to help students be better prepared
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Targets 800 attendees from startups and SMEs around the world.
Exabytes Group merges as the largest web hosting provider in Indonesia with over 55,000 active paying clients.
The immediate priority is to grow in the Indonesian market, focus on more verticals and enter the enterprise market.