Codemasters, one of the oldest videogames developers in the UK, is embarking on an aggressive expansion plan this year, aiming double the size of its team in Kuala Lumpur over the next few months.
An idea forged at a hackathon or by a startup can play a vital role in creating jobs, contributing to economies – but to positively impact the world, players in Asia’s innovation communities must consider a few factors, writes Sebastien Taveau of MasterCard.
AIMS Cyberjaya Sdn Bhd said it has been appointed by Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) through an open tender to lead and deliver the ‘Inter-Data Centre Network’ initiative.
Former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has once again gone on record to call for the Internet to be censored in Malaysia. He's already got his way, actually, and Malaysians are paying the heavy price, argues DNA executive editor A. Asohan.
Malaysia’s outsourcing industry saw revenue from overseas outsourcing opportunities and projects going up 27% to RM1.59 billion (US$499.6 million) in 2013 from RM1.25 billion (US$392.8 million) in 2012, according to Outsourcing Malaysia.
National R&D centre Mimos Bhd has launched Malaysia’s first national Internet of Things (IoT) Technical Working Group workshop to kickstart the development of the ‘National IoT Blueprint,’ which would be presented to the Government by October.
While Malaysians are generally digitally savvy and connected, there are challenges that still need to be addressed to transform the nation into a digital economy, according to a panel discussion organised by national ICT custodian Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC).
The Malaysian Data Centre Alliance (MDCA), a professional alliance for the data centre industry, has been launched to oversee the collective development of data centres in Malaysia.
Microsoft Malaysia's new managing director Carlos Lacerda tells DNA that his No 1 concern is building capacity and capability in his team so that the subsidiary can not only contribute to the country's transformation agenda, but tap the opportunities as well.
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.