Businesses in Asia South are experiencing a mindset shift in terms of innovation investment, according to a survey by CA Technologies and IDC, signalling that Asean-based C-level executives recognize a growing need to innovate for business success in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
Astro and Maxis have embarked on a strategic partnership to bring integrated communications and entertainment packages to Malaysian consumers.
What gives Jason Lo, CEO of Tune Talk, the most grief? That he has a miniscule RM10-million marketing budget versus the hundreds of millions of his competitors, or that you and I most probably do not know how much we are really paying for our mobile packages?
4G service provider Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1) has rolled in the East Malaysian state of Sabah, saying it aims to provide up to 80% household coverage in the urban parts of state capital Kota Kinabalu by the end of 2012.
HP has announced new offerings to help small and medium businesses (SMBs) prepare their technology infrastructures for a growing mobile workforce.
The rising popularity of Media Prima Berhad’s online video property, www.tonton.com.my, is validating the company’s decision to go in with both feet into the digital space and not with a gradual approach where investment is justified by market traction. Furthermore, its entry into the mobile space is bearing fruit -- today, out of the 400,000 daily weekday page views, 100,000 originate from mobile devices.
The world's largest gathering of all things mobile and wireless dubbed the Mobile World Congress (MWC) concluded some two weeks ago and there were tons of announcements made. But while these announcements are all nice and dandy, what do some of these major showcases mean to the average Malaysian?