Albern Murty will remain as the telco’s head and continue to drive performance and value creation in Malaysia.
The dreaded day of reckoning for telcos is coming .. are they ready?
Don’t rely on goodness of technology leaders, there will be less jobs, especially white collar ones, so be prepared.
Telenor Group on Dec 8 unveiled its first Global Impact Report quantifying the socioeconomic impact of the Group’s contributions in 13 markets across the world.
Twenty-six millennials from Telenor’s 13 markets were selected from a pool of nearly 5,000 applicants to represent their countries in the fourth annual Telenor Youth Forum and 2016 Nobel Peace Prize activities.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh looks at YES 4G LTE launch, and shares a jaw-dropping moment courtesy of ‘Planet Startup.’
A team from Telenor Group’s Malaysian unit, Digi, has been selected as one of eight teams from the telco group to participate in an internal startup programme with the reward being an opportunity to be funded by Telenor and spun out.
The upside of technology advancements and innovation are well known and this week, Karamjit Singh ponders the dire consequences of life going increasingly digital and how individuals, governments, and companies will adapt.
Very aware of the dangers of becoming a ‘dumb pipe,’ Telenor group president Sigve Brekke lists a number of things the telco must execute to escape this nightmare scenario, writes Karamjit Singh.
Who will be at risk from the increasing digitisation of work, and what can be done to make one more valuable and relevant? Karamjit Singh discusses that with Freda Liu, and still got in four other talking points … and a 90-second song!