Edwin Yapp takes Samsung’s productivity flagship out for a drive and comes back impressed.
AirAsia adopts Oracle's ERP Cloud as part of its journey into becoming a travel tech company.
MESTECC minister makes first visit to MIMOS to better understand its workings.
Total US$256k reward through Steinbeis Subject Matter Expert (SMX) Solutions Program Looking for SMEs with fire in belly aiming to sharpen competitiveness via innovation
TM’s new Group CEO, Mohammed Shazalli Ramly is pinning his hopes on Perfexe 10 and a “Jedi Council” to deliver on TM’s 2017 financial performance.
Acer’s latest laptop made for road warriors comes with Intel’s latest 8th generation processor
72% of survey respondents in South-East Asia said their productivity is hampered by the speed – or lack thereof – of technology.
While digital transformation consumes organisations across the world, how have workplaces responded to the new era of the digital workforce? Have they cracked the secret of keeping employees happy?
Traditional businesses are struggling to find a role in this new digital economy – some are, in fact, becoming software companies, but they are in danger of taking away the wrong lessons.
There is a war on talent and companies with a true digital workplace will have the upper hand in attracting digitally-savvy employees, writes Subra Suppiah of Avanade Malaysia.