Governance

MDEC disburses US$1.33 mil to 45 SME grant recipients
Marks completion of MDEC’s grant framework with governance, speed Framework builds on Input-Output-Outcome-Impact (IOOI) model
Malaysia's Digital Nasional explains process of US$2.6bil 5G award to allay concerns of improper behavior
Responds to mis-informed narratives on social media with detailed selection process Ericsson bid US$168 mil lower than the total cost of ownership of the next closest bid
Axiata Named 2020 Asia-Pacific Telecom Group of the Year by Frost & Sullivan
Presented in a virtual award, Frost & Sullivan recognises the telecommunications group's strong performance in encouraging digital inclusion
MDEC further strengthens board with two new board committees focused on governance and innovation
Reinvention of MDEC continues at fast pace with new committees Has 5 committees on Governance, Innovation, Audit, Remuneration & MDEC tenders
TM announces Mohd Bakke Salleh as new chairman
Replaces Rosli Man who had been Chairman since Dec 2018 To provide guidance on TM’s next phase of growth and transformation
When will you be breached? And what will you do?
You will be breached. And when you are, will someone know what to do, poses Dani Michaux of KPMG Malaysia.
Blockchain ain’t what you think it is, don’t get caught up in the tech
The financial world continues to be excited by blockchain technology, but this excitement should be tempered by an actual understanding of its potential, says a Software AG exec.
Data lakes: Does size really matter?
Teradata CTO Stephen Brobst believes that a bigger data lake doesn’t necessarily make a company more successful.
Ralph Marshall quits as Maxis non-exec director
Augustus Ralph Marshall, under investigation in two countries, has tendered his resignation as independent non-executive director at Maxis Bhd, the company said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia.
Week in Review: Who killed Jaring … and why?
The ISP which introduced the Internet to Malaysia in the mid-1990s has been declared insolvent and is on the verge of being broken up. Its remaining 200 staff are increasingly resentful of what they feel are some poor decisions. DNA founder Karamjit Singh wonders who is at fault.
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