The Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jakim) and DagangHalal Berhad (DHB) have launched the Halal Verified Engine (HVE), which they said was the world’s first online system designed to help expedite the halal certification process for applicants.
Microsoft Corporation has selected four Malaysian teachers to be part of its first class of 'Expert Educators' as well as the first Malaysian school to be included in its Mentor Schools programme.
Microsoft Malaysia has launched the Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA), in collaboration with its partners and national ICT custodian the Multimedia Development Corporation, which will offer online Microsoft training.
Microsoft Malaysia has launched its inaugural ‘Innovate for Good’ event, in partnership with Toronto-based non-governmental organisation (NGO) TakingITGlobal, that it said would enable youth to collaborate, inspire and support each other while using technology to make a difference in their communities.
Just over three months after the official Malaysian entry of Microsoft’s Surface line of devices, the company has launched its commercial expansion phase with six new authorised resellers.
Microsoft Malaysia's new managing director Carlos Lacerda tells DNA that his No 1 concern is building capacity and capability in his team so that the subsidiary can not only contribute to the country's transformation agenda, but tap the opportunities as well.
Microsoft Malaysia has seen a very high turnover of staff, but its managing director Carlos Lacerda says he is not here to clean up the subsidiary but to prepare it for the challenges ahead.
Microsoft Malaysia said that its former Public Sector Group director, Azizah Ali, has returned to helm its Small and Medium Services and Partners (SMS&P) division.
Four Malaysian companies made their mark at the Global Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards 2013, held during the technology giant’s annual Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC 2013), with one also emerging a global winner.
The Penang ICT Association and Malaysia’s Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism), in partnership with Microsoft Malaysia, have launched the ‘Go Genuine Campaign’ in an effort to eradicate software piracy and counterfeiting in the northern Malaysian state.