Social Networks

The Maxis fallout: An oligarchy problem
An oligarchy in any sector of the market results in very little competition or none at all, and this is the malaise at the heart of the telecom industry in Malaysia, writes Ajith Ram.
Bread & Kaya: Malaysian cyberlaw updates in 2015
New, complex cases emerged in our courts, and Parliament enacted new laws to combat ‘negativities’ created by social media.  
Qlue connects people to bureaucrats for a better Jakarta
Terralogiq has developed its Qlue public service platform – not just to serve the people, but as a wake-up call for the bureaucrats in Jakarta, declares founder Rama Raditya.
What are you going to do with all that data?
Data is not just sweeping across businesses and governments, but we are living digitised lives, and data is part and parcel of how we work, live and play, writes JY Pook of Tableau.
Malaysian startup with a social network … that pays
Malaysia-based social media startup Gaption intends to create a new environment where content creators get monetary rewards.
The rapid rise of the chief digital officer
Organisations need strong digital leadership to helm the growth agenda, and one way to go about doing this is to inject ‘digital thinking’ into the core, writes Manish Bahl of Cognizant.
Indonesian SMEs Part III: Views from the ground
Indonesian SMEs have heard the call to go digital, but heeding it is an entirely different matter, reports Masyitha Baziad.
How to rebrand like Google
A rebrand is never something that should be taken lightly, and if you want to pull a Google-style rebrand, there a few hoops you must jump through in order to ensure that the rebrand is the right choice for your business, writes Eli Schwartz of SurveyMonkey.
Axiata’s JV Adknowledge Asia acquires SEA assets of India’s Komli Media
Adknowledge Asia Pacific Pte Ltd said it has acquired Mumbai-headquartered Komli Media Inc’s South-East Asia organisation. Financial terms were not disclosed.
3 ways to get networks working for your business
To get the most benefits out of our networked society, businesses should focus on three phenomena that we commonly see: Communities of practice, social proof, and reciprocity, writes Christina Andersson of Hyper Island.
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