Singapore has merged its ICT and media agencies, and spun off a new agency to oversee government ICT. Benjamin Cher talks to the new GovTech chief Jacqueline Poh to find out what exactly its role is.
If you have been crafting a 'digital strategy,' you're already behind the times, according to a panel discussion at DNA's What's Next conference.
Salesforce’s Simon Tate looks at how SMBs – where people are already more likely to be wearing multiple hats – can help their team share the challenge of innovation.
Newly-minted MaGIC CEO Ashran Ghazi shares his thoughts on the ecosystem and the latest project he’s working on: Creativity and Innovation Labs which will be launched by end-2016.
A new study by General Electric indicates that compared with their peers globally, Malaysian executives are generally optimistic about what the future would bring in the age of the industrial Internet.
Malaysia may be ready to become the regional BDA hub, but it needs to address two main challenges: The talent gap, and the ability to accept failure as part of the innovation game.
Enterprise software firm Software AG is moving some of its R&D workload to Malaysia, from its home base of Germany, as well as India, Israel and the United States.
Malaysian CIOs face more favourable conditions than many of their peers when it comes to establishing themselves as digital leaders, according to Gartner Inc’s 2016 CIO Agenda survey.
What could possibly disrupt a US$10bil business? A lack of innovation, AWS CTO Dr Werner Vogels tells DNA.
Companies need to view data analytics as innovation projects that have risks attached to them, and should not expect every project to yield high returns.