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Malaysia is in it to win
Responding to an article by The Malaysian Reserve about Malaysian startups preferring to list in Australia's ASX market, Aaron Sarma highlights the advantages of Malaysia as a startup base.
IV&V to finally be part of Malaysian government ICT project rollout
Malaysian government to make it mandatory for IV&V to be a component of its critical & high impact ICT projects MAMPU also aims to get academia to be involved in the IV&V initiative to help create a virtuous cycle
Najib: Government and private sector collaboration for innovation will be ‘the new normal’
PM sends message of collaboration at Global Entrepreneurship Community Summit 2017 in KL, saying: "This is all about breaking the culture of silos."
Garage Ventures VC shares Silicon Valley lessons in innovation
A VC from San Francisco shares  lessons in innovation that paved the way for the success of  Silicon Valley, in the hope that some of these lessons can be applied in Malaysia.
Surviving the ‘trust deficit’ in Malaysia
Having been an entrepreneur before he sold his company, Andre Sequerah, has come up against the Trust Deficit and survived. Nine years on, he shares his thoughts.
Week in Review: Singapore gears its SMEs for a Digital Economy
Governments in Southeast Asia would do well to learn from how Singapore is pushing its SMEs to be ready for a Digital Economy.
Mampu drives software testing to raise public sector IT quality
In Malaysia, strong demand for third party software testing on horizonMampu, the defacto IT lead agency for the Malaysian government is working with the Mnistry of Finance to make IVV mandatory for critical and high impact software projects.
Malaysia: Where ‘disruption’ is an empty buzzword
Malaysia says it is serious about the Digital Revolution, but is it really, poses Khoo Hsu Chuang  
Mesiniaga sees its future in software testing
Mesiniaga Bhd, an established SI transitioning to a software company sees a brighter future in software testing.
Malaysia’s budget cuts: IT sector to feel the pain
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.
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