PM launches PlaTCOM, unit under AIM in collaboration with SME Corp Public-private partnership aims to plug gaps in 'innovation ecosystem'
SMEs are often perceived as being resistant to adopting technology, and for good reasons too: Vendors overpromise their proposition, SMEs lack expertise when dealing with software implementation, and these companies are generally cost-conscious, according to a panel discussion last week.
On Nov 22, Digital News Asia (DNA) will be hosting a panel session in partnership with VADS Bhd on the topic ‘Is the Cloud out of Reach for SMEs?’ This is part of the Tools of the Trade series of roundtables that DNA has launched.
Kit combines fixed and mobile connectivity with marketing solutions for SMEs Claims to be only telco to offer integrated fixed, mobile, Internet and cloud-based solutions
Intel Malaysia has launched its ‘Level Up Your Business’ campaign for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), as part of ongoing efforts to increase ICT adoption and innovation amongst Malaysian SMEs.
The fourth Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), to be held Oct 10-11 in Kuala Lumpur, promises to be unlike any that have been held before, not just in terms of the number of delegates, but also in terms of the number of other events to be held around the summit itself.
Telekom Malaysia has officially launched its SME BizFest for the second year running, at its Menara TM headquarters in Kuala Lumpur.
MOL AccessPortal Sdn Bhd and Soft Space International Sdn Bhd have formed a joint venture, MOLCube Sdn Bhd, a mobile payment acquiring company that will focus on small and medium businesses, allowing them to accept credit and debit card payments using smartphones and other mobile devices.
CEO dispels notion that Digital Malaysia is an MDeC project Going with single agency lead will result in resistance from other stakeholders
The inaugural DNA-TeAM Disrupt networking session threw up various questions about MDeC and its role in regards to the Multimedia Super Corridor and Digital Malaysia initiatives. DNA founder Karamjit Singh, who moderated the session, reflects on them.