PEMANDU

UK-based Codemasters has aggressive plans for its Malaysia studio
Codemasters, one of the oldest videogames developers in the UK, is embarking on an aggressive expansion plan this year, aiming double the size of its team in Kuala Lumpur over the next few months.
SMEs do not have a level playing in Malaysia: Panel
Does Malaysia have a level playing field for private businesses? What business model should universities adopt when it comes to commercialising their research? This, and more …
Why half-hearted broadband upgrades do more harm
By arbitrarily limiting upload speeds, TM is inadvertently hurting our national aspiration of becoming active content creators and turning us into a nation of passive consumers instead, writes Dr Shawn Tan.
Malaysia’s cloud and data centre industry grows 26%, new hub in Iskandar
Malaysia’s cloud services and data centre industry recorded US$219 million in revenue for 2014, a 26% increase from the US$173 million in 2013, and a new data hub was announced in Iskandar Malaysia.
Week in Review: Why we should applaud Zafrul Noordin
We should applaud the tenacity of Code Army founder, Zafrul Noordin, writes Karamjit Singh in his thoughts for this week’s Week in Review column.
Contact centre association CCAM fights to remain relevant
Is the Customer Relationship Management and Contact Centre Association of Malaysia about to become marginalised? DNA founder Karamjit Singh looks at the issue.
Axiata starts its ‘digital company’ reinvention
300-strong unit created to propel journey, expected to take more than 5yrs Adding technology layer easy, getting the right culture tougher, CEO admits
Have TIME and TM solved a US$201mil problem?
TIME dotCom Bhd and Telekom Malaysia Bhd may have inadvertently helped the Malaysian Government cut its expenses by US$201 million (RM650 million), writes Karamjit Singh.
ETP Annual Report vague on actual achievements for business services
Digital News Asia begins its examination of the 2012 ETP Annual Report with a look at the goal of creating a data center hub, which sits under ‘Business Services,’ one of 11 National Key Economic Areas (NKEAs).
Tech-based projects a drag on otherwise robust ETP
Pemandu CEO Idris Jala gave many examples that illustrated the strong progress made for Malaysia’s Economic Transformation Program, but what stood out was the fact that two technology-related projects loomed large among the few projects that stalled or did not take off at all.
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