The Korea-Asean ICT Partnership Program is set to take place on Nov 1 at Intercontinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, to further boost business ties between South Korea and Malaysia.
With ‘Jobs, Jobs and Jobs’ being a top of mind issue with American voters, it was no surprise that US presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney trained their guns on the outsourcing of jobs by profit-at-all-costs US companies. Karamjit Singh looks at whether the US election will affect Malaysia’s positioning as an outsourced destination.
Ever imagined a data center located in a condominium building? The newly launched Safehouse by i-Tech Network Solutions Sdn Bhd is exactly that, a data center located in i-ZEN @ Kiara II, the Serviced Residence component of larger integrated development, 1 Mont' Kiara.
The nonsensical method of ‘government knows best’ policy-making has to end. It is about time they did what is right and formulate policies that will actually help the industry to really grow and succeed based on ‘bottoms-up’ policy making, argues Dr V. Sivapalan.
The spotlight has been cast on persisting gaps within the ICT workforce with only eight more years left till 2020, the deadline for achieving the status of a developed nation. However, the rapid evolution of the IT environment and industry has made it necessary to adapt current initiatives with the needs of a new reality.
Global media holding company IPG Mediabrands has announced the launch of technology services hub, Mediabrands Global Technology Solutions, in Kuala Lumpur.
Maxis said that the facility which houses its data center and cloud computing services has been awarded Uptime Institute’s Tier III Certification (Certification of Design), the first and only in Malaysia to be accredited with such a certification.
Mobile telecommunications solutions company ADAcode Systems Sdn Bhd beat out 31 other category contenders to win the coveted Best of the Best, Prime Minister Award at this year’s MSC Malaysia Asia-Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA) awards.
A Malaysian delegation comprising 40 companies has sealed US$30mil worth of deals at the MIPCOM international market for co-producing, buying, selling, financing and distributing entertainment content, being held Oct 8-11 at Cannes.
MOL AccessPortal Sdn Bhd and Soft Space International Sdn Bhd have formed a joint venture, MOLCube Sdn Bhd, a mobile payment acquiring company that will focus on small and medium businesses, allowing them to accept credit and debit card payments using smartphones and other mobile devices.