Services

Aerodyne Group strengthens agriculture capabilities with strategic partnerships in Japan
Partnership with Real Tech Fund, Kobashi Holdings and ACSL to solidify position in Japan Impetus to Agrimor solution, Aerodyne’s latest engine of growth in agriculture space
After helping 101 companies, pitchIN now raises funds for itself via Leet Capital ECF
Raise US$726k to US$1.2mil plus another US$1.2mil from institutional investor Applied for a license to operate Initial Exchange Offering platform, for digital tokens
Banking on the hybrid multicloud
Driving the technological future of financial services in Malaysia A multitude of solutions & infra will allow financial companies avoid vendor lock
Pikom voices ‘extreme disappointment’ over continued exclusion of IT support & services during Malaysia’s lockdown
Big & small companies rely on stable IT infrastructure and application to function Mind boggling that government actually gave barbers approval to operate
MDEC partners 80 tech firms, launches #digitalvscovid campaign to mitigate Covid-19 impact on economy
Offering services on pro-bono basis or discounted rates to SMEs
NEC Malaysia bets on 5G with its open protocol, multivendor platform
NEC Malaysia brings its telco and communications expertise together in a cloud and virtualized platform, targeting 5G market.
For Motorola, Penang is where it starts
Motorola Solutions celebrates 40 years of design and engineering excellence in its 1,000 strong R&D centre in Penang.
A tale of two smartphone manufacturers
Apple and Samsung post contrasting results. If Apple has to stop its inexorable slide into oblivion like many Japanese manufacturers in the 1980's, it has to get back to its roots of creativity and 'thinking different', writes Ajith Ram.
A loss for SAP, a gain for Infosys?
Vishal Sikka, a member of SAP’s executive and global managing board and former chief technical officer of the company, had announced in early May that he was leaving SAP with immediate effect, and is now heading to Infosys as CEO. Edwin Yapp looks at the impact of this move.
Dell aims services push at BYOD trend
Dell reported first quarter fiscal performance came in below expectations, but the world’s No 3 PC maker is still focused on transforming itself into an end-to-end solutions company, believing it is well positioned to take advantage of emerging trends such as the Bring Your Own Device drive.
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