Nearly three years after he first quit Malaysia’s national ICT custodian to head back to the corporate sector – only to quit after three months – industry veteran Michael Warren is once again leaving MDEC, this time to head Emerio Malaysia.
Most organisations get so caught up looking for a groundbreaking application that smaller initiatives completely escape them, writes Philip Soh of Fujitsu Malaysia.
Fujitsu has announced that Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) has opted for its Primequest open server technology as part of a core IT transformation investment.
Industry veteran Michael Warren has gone back to his original role at national ICT custodian Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) after a three-month stint heading Fujitsu Ltd’s Malaysian operations.
ICT solutions and service proivder Fujitsu has announced that Michael Warren has resigned as the country president for Fujitsu Malaysia.
Fujitsu has announced the availability of Fujitsu M10 servers in Malaysia, saying that the new servers promise high reliability, availability and serviceability for both applications and data processing.
Following Digital News Asia’s Aug 6 story, Fujitsu has officially announced the appointment of Michael Warren, formerly a vice-president at national ICT custodian the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC), as the new country president for Fujitsu Malaysia effective Sept 1.
Digital News Asia (DNA) has learnt that MDeC vice-president Michael Warren tendered his resignation on Aug 5 to take over at the local arm of Japanese multinational Fujitsu.
Fujitsu has appointed Rusydan Yusof to the role of vice president of Sales, Public Sector in Malaysia, effective immediately.
Fujitsu has launched its ‘Go Green Campaign’ in select spots in Peninsular Malaysia to promote awareness on technological waste and environmental sustainability.