2017 has been a busy year for the Malaysian Software Testing Board as its president shares with Karamjit Singh.
Telekom Malaysia announces its Q2 2017 results and 1H2017 performance vs the same period in 2016.
Prof Jasbir Dhaliwal, chief innovation officer at the University of Memphis, is excited over Malaysia’s public sector Independent Verification and Validation policy for software, and tells Karamjit Singh why this is going to change things.
Government CIOs face organisational and cultural challenges that are barriers to harnessing the synergistic potential of social, mobile, data analytics, cloud and the IoT to drive transformational change,
Sub-par hardware, manpower shortages and poor data-sharing are hampering the uptake of cutting-edge technology by the governments of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand, according to a report recently released by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
Despite the Asean economic slowdown, HDS believes it can still attain double digit-growth in its fiscal fourth quarter ending March 2016,
Much like the private sector, the public sector has moved from the ‘if’ to ‘when’ mentality when it comes to building defences against cyberthreats, reports Benjamin Cher.
Corporate networks are no longer the only ones at risk, with cybercriminals also attacking Internet-connected physical infrastructure such as petrol stations and automated vehicular systems, according to Trend Micro Inc.
Teradata Corp CTO Stephen Brobst said that one of the biggest mistakes companies make when it comes to big data is that they tend to put too much focus on the technology.
Governments in Asia are getting more nuanced in their approach to cloud computing, but need to be more strategic in their approach to cybersecurity, according to experts at a Microsoft-hosted cybersecurity briefing.