A handful of Malaysian flavours that tantalise, promise and hopefully deliver.
Hybrid skills sought-after in managers who can use technology to drive core business Jobseekers open to non-permanent roles if can gain on-job experience, pick up new skills
It’s not every day that a homegrown talent takes over the local chapter of one of the world’s biggest technology companies. Edwin Yapp sits down for a candid talk with Marc Woo, Google Malaysia’s country head and employee #1, who has been at the helm for about nine months.
Tencent no longer wants to be seen as a disruptor, but enabler for companies to digitise their operations.
Telco Deep Dive: Industry & regulator need to join hands, keep Malaysia on fast track to developed nation
DNA speaks to Celcom Axiata Bhd and Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd as part of the continuing coverage of its Telco Deep Dive 2018 with Celcom saying it can save RM500 million if the 5G 700MHz spectrum is given out speedily.
Technology holds the key to revolutionise trade, but beware the pitfalls.
Creative destruction would sweep across the economy, creating efficiencies, boosting productivity, and enhancing global competitiveness.
Karamjit Singh shares his thoughts on where Malaysia’s Digital Economy stands and if pushed to score it, gives a 3.5 score out of 10 in DNA's inaugural Pulse On Malaysia's Digital Economy Deep Dive.
We’re beginning to see a greater proliferation of virtual assistants making their way to perhaps the most ubiquitous device on the planet – the smartphone
Celcom Axiata will work with UUM and Orangetree Production to support the Ministry of Education’s move to digitise education in Malaysian schools, but that leaves us wondering about the similar 1BestariNet project.