Norhizam Abdul Kadir
Three startups complete PwC-MDEC immersion programme
Two-way mentoring programme to immerse, exchange idea& discover new paradigms Similar programmes needed that can impart world-class business acumen to entrepreneurs
SalamWeb aims to promote ethical, Shariah-compliant web browsing
To incentivise users, the SalamSadaqah feature donates to the needy Users can flag questionable content via SalamTag, browser customises feed to suit tags
Fundnel expands to Malaysia
First company to obtain a Recognised Market Operator license from the SC in almost two years.
Going digital requires more than incentives: MDEC
While 80% of business leaders in Malaysia agree that every organisation needs to transform into a digital business to enable future growth, only 34% have a full strategy in place.
Malaysian business leaders embrace 4th Industrial Revolution
A Microsoft study reveals 80% believe they need to transform their business to digital to succeed.
MDEC urges companies to tap SEA ICT potential
A study on Asean’s ICT market that was conducted by IDC recently showed that the appetite for ICT products and services is strong. MDEC hopes that more companies can take advantage of this trend.
MDeC putting the IoT pieces together for Malaysia
Multimedia Development Corp (MDeC) plans to roll out initiatives next year to help accelerate the Internet of Things industry in Malaysia, starting with the manufacturing base.
CloudFX’s MalaysiaOneCloud marketplace goes live
Singapore-based virtualisation and cloud solutions company CloudFX Group and Malaysia’s national ICT custodian Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) have launched of the Malaysian-centric next-generation cloud service marketplace MalaysiaOneCloud.
Avnet and IBM working together with MDeC on cloud onboarding programme
Avnet Technology Solutions said it is working with IBM and the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) on the MSC Malaysia ‘Cloud Onboarding Programme.’
Dell’s converged infra solutions: Best in Singapore, JB and Batam
Dell Inc has unveiled two ‘all-in-a-box’ solutions, one aimed at enterprises and the second aimed at small and medium businesses (SMBs) and branch offices, the latter even getting the ‘Phua Chu Kang’ stamp of approval.