Google and Intel were the only technology companies in the 10 companies Malaysians most want to work for, according to JobStreet.com’s annual Top 10 Companies 2016 survey, with oil and gas companies remaining the most highly sought-after.
HP Malaysia is confident that its new range of ultraportables will be a hit among those who want more mobility without having to sacrifice productivity and power.
Saying that the Malaysian Government has achieved successes particularly in education transformation and Digital Malaysia, Intel Malaysia added that was critical at this juncture for the Government to stay the course in building on these successes.
Malaysian students had their best ever showing at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair since 1999, hauling in various awards with a combined value of US$10,500.
Intel Malaysia and the Ministry of Youth and Sports have announced plans to provide youth with the digital literacy skills required for they said were the “development of and effective participation in a knowledge-based society.”
The Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water recently recognised Intel Malaysia at the inaugural KeTTHA Industry Awards (KIA) 2013 for outstanding achievements in energy efficiency, conservation and cost saving.
Intel Malaysia has launched its ‘Level Up Your Business’ campaign for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), as part of ongoing efforts to increase ICT adoption and innovation amongst Malaysian SMEs.
Intel Malaysia and SME Bank have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore making available two training progammes, Intel Learn Easy Steps and Intel Entrepreneurship Basics (E-Basics), to complement the bank's existing small and medium enterprises (SME) community training and development programmes.
Malaysian students bagged three awards at this year’s Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), a programme of the Society for Science & the Public, which took place in Phoenix, Arizona from May 12 to 17.
Intel Malaysia has launched its latest PC Refresh campaign called ‘Generation Today,’ in an effort to encourage Malaysian consumers to upgrade their PCs to the latest touch-enabled devices.