Microsoft sees its Imagine Cup providing technical and knowledge support for entrepreneurial ideas while Malaysia sees it as a testing ground.
Unified Internet regulatory system needed across Asean to drive digital economy forward
When it comes to technology affecting the workforce of the future, it's ultimately not about the technology but the people, especially the attitudes and values of the so-called millennials.
Microsoft has awarded a US$65K grant to Malaysia’s Yayasan Generasi Gemilang, one of over 100 nonprofit organisations in 55 countries that were awarded such grants by Microsoft Philanthropies.
Malaysia kicked off Microsoft Corp and Code.org’s third-annual ‘Hour of Code’ initiative in Asia Pacific with a series of events that even saw juvenile criminals learning how to code.
According to a new Global Youth Online Behavior Survey released by Microsoft Corp, 33% of Malaysian children say they have been subjected to a range of online activities that some may consider to be online bullying.