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InterCall Asia Pacific’s Christopher Franke does some myth-busting of Unified Communications.
Frost & Sullivan’s Manoj Menon kicks off a new series that will explore the top 50 disruptive technologies identified by the firm in its Tech Vision analysis, beginning with a look at how sensor fusion, unmanned aerial vehicles, predictive data and context aware computing can be applied prior to or in the aftermath of floods to prevent or mitigate damage and devastation.
The Malaysian Government’s move to cut its growth forecast and revise its national budget for 2015 to take into account tumbling global crude oil prices is expected to have an impact on several areas in the ICT sector, according to industry observers.
Frost & Sullivan has now been focusing on helping its clients through its Tech Vision analysis that identifies 50 disruptive technologies, and the opportunities that occur when they intersect.
MCMC chairman Mohamed Sharil Tarmizi was unceremoniously booted out of his post at Malaysia’s industry regulator, leading to speculation and industry concerns that a political appointee would take over.
In a week when Khailee Ng shared what he looks for when making investments, and a small hardcore team of grouchy tech journalists raising, Disrupt #25 will delve into ‘What are the right questions for investors to ask?’, so DNA founder Karamjit Singh chips in with his two cents’ worth too.
Malaysia’s information and communications technology (ICT) industry can be best described as a silver cloud with some grey linings, registering a healthy growth overall but marked by dismal showings in key technologies such as cloud computing adoption and Fourth-Generation (4G) mobile take-up.
Despite the growing attention on the Internet of Things (IoT) and building smart cities, there’s still an 'elephant in the room' in discussions: Security.
The latest disruptive technology to command attention, ignite imagination and serve as a harbinger of both hope and danger is wearable technology. It offers unique attributes and myriad applications in a wide range of industries, and offers a platform for continued innovation, Frost & Sullivan said in a statement.
Having attended the recently-concluded Cisco Connect 2014 event in Kuala Lumpur, Frost & Sullivan’s Harsh Upadhyay shares his views on Cisco’s take on IoE, as well as its importance to the Malaysian economy.