The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) has announced the 4IR Catalyst Grant (4ICG) in support of scaling up Malaysian-based technology companies.
Pushing for digital signatures adoption across entire public sector by 2025 Next step: public to embrace digital leadership to take it to the next level
Need a digital ecosystem that is healthy & balanced, to flourish in digital age Strive to be Digitally United, for future that enables equality, prosperity for all
Digital upskilling vital to navigate rapidly evolving digital economy Existing workforce also encouraged to embrace a growth mindset
2020 launched directory is one-stop guide to digital reskilling and upskilling Updated and enhanced directory includes new Learning on Demand category There is urgent need for companies to reskill their workers in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting shift in socio-economic norms.
DIF5 Strategy will lead Malaysia to become a globally competitive digital nation Attention on Cloud Computing, Data Center, AI, Cybersecurity & Digital Content Tools
Listed 400 high-skilled jobs, including cybersecurity specialists, cloud engineers Hired 100 fresh grads across 4 intakes via its Initial Learning Programme during pandemic
Initiatives, under Belanjawan 2021, aim to benefit 300k local businesses Partners will contribute further US$48.1mil in subsidies, incentives, discounts
A ‘logical path’ journey of 12 months spread over four phases Of experimenting & innovating, while emphasising radical transparency
A Wholesale Open Access Network model with industry-wide alignment Naza Communications sees this as key to successful 5G rollout in Malaysia