Cloud, IoT & advanced analytics with reliable connectivity are pivotal parts of digitalisation Since barrier to using such tech is low, journey begins with mindset that technology can help
Global economy could grow by US$28 trillion by 2025 with equal women participation With belief in women empowerment, females are 34% of Alibaba Cloud’s workforce
Strong interest in CS & IT over past five years also raises demand for lecturers Malaysia ranked 11th in IMD’s World Digital Competitiveness for Training & Education
3rd year of programme considered one of the best in SEA, applications close May10 Over US$500k in benefits plus support and partnerships with top corporates
In the third part of the Malaysia Reimagined.Now series with Accenture, four leading corporate figures share their thoughts around digital.
Accenture Malaysia leads a discussion between the Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Khazanah Nasional and the Employees Provident Fund on digital transformation and its implications for Malaysia.
MaGIC’s Global Accelerator Programme marks its transition to becoming a global organization says chairman, Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah.
Never stop learning, believe in yourself, work hard and stay positive urge Babydash founders, Lavinie Thiruchelvam and Tay Shan Li.
While Malaysia’s developments in physical and digital infrastructure are a national priority, improvements in “soft” infrastructure remain an elusive concept that could undermine the country’s aspirations to achieve developed nation status.
With a global licensing deal with Mattel, signed in 2015, its game on for Vision Animation and its CEO, Low Huoi Seong.