University signs MoA with Fusionex to incorporate GIANT; to share knowledge, increase talent pool of data professionals.
Big data analytics has been touted as the next big thing, but some are still wondering about its effectiveness – an issue that surfaced at a panel discussion on Big Data & Analytics’ Dark Secret, at the second annual What's Next conference organised by DNA.
Accenture, the world’s largest management consulting services company, joins What’s Next as its Knowledge Partner while UK-listed and Malaysian-founded BDA company Fusionex International has returned as Supporting Sponsor.
Karamjit Singh points out that SMEs are laggards in adopting digital marketing, but they have very good reasons for being so. Even startups staffed with digital natives are struggling to properly manage this.
The key drivers of open innovation are sharing and collaboration, says Cloudera as it launches a skills-building initiative in Malaysia.
The entrepreneur panel session at What’s Next saw three technology founders share some key advice. Karamjit Singh has the highlights.
Just two weeks into its coverage of Indonesia, Karamjit Singh sees much to be excited about. At the same time, he welcomes a new sponsor and speaker to DNA’s What’s Next conference.
This week's show starts with the incredible US$350-million record-breaking round that Malaysian-launched and -owned GrabTaxi has announced, but also looks at other startups playing the regional game, as well as not-so-old-school player Telekom Malaysia.
Big data and analytics software company Fusionex International Plc will be widening its footprint in South-East Asia by expanding to the Philippines over the next few months, its fourth market in the region.
Teradata Corp CTO Stephen Brobst said that one of the biggest mistakes companies make when it comes to big data is that they tend to put too much focus on the technology.