In Asia Pacific, the mobile device has become consumers’ primary gateway to the Internet, said market research firm GfK.
So Microsoft is buying LinkedIn in for a whopping US$26bil! Most analysts are sceptical because of the pricetag and Microsoft’s poor M&A track record, but others are seeing a surprising synergy there.
While 80% of Malaysians recruiters feel it’s important to communicate achievements online, only 35% of professionals do it, according to a new study by LinkedIn.
It is critical for businesses to deliver a great experience to consumers as it has a direct impact on loyalty and advocacy, writes Daniel Cran of LogMeIn.
Two weeks after opening its Philippines office, social media giant Facebook has landed in Malaysia too.
The latest Global Government Requests Report from Facebook Inc showed that the governments of Singapore and Malaysia topped the SEA charts when it came to the number of requests to retrieve user information.
New attacks are surfacing while the old ones are getting more insidious, according to F-Secure chief Christian Fredrikson, even as the company celebrated 10 years in Malaysia.
In the wake of the IS attacks, Indonesians rallied around social media, Benjamin Cher writes from Singapore.
Malaysian higher education institution INTI International University and Colleges has announced a strategic collaboration with the world’s largest online professional network, LinkedIn, to nurture industry-ready graduates by building and aligning their online credentials and skills with future employers.
LinkedIn, which has over 347 million members globally, said it has surpassed two million members in Malaysia.