Software

Week in Review: Telco chiefs will soon face worst nightmare
The dreaded day of reckoning for telcos is coming .. are they ready?
Week in Review: Malaysian govt gets serious about software quality
Malaysian public sector upskills its technical chops and will mandate independent third party testing to get better quality project delivery.
Digerati50: Learning to say No
The geek who built Juris Technologies into a regional credit management software leader.
Digerati50: Cracking the Millenials Code
Lum Man Choong had his epiphany moment when realization struck that he was in the people, not software, business. Thus began his path to building his SelfDrvn talent software.
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.
Ensuring Malaysia’s food security with IoT-BDA
Malaysia’s Ministry of Agriculture has partnered with Abbaco Controls and Intel to create a pilot program that will increase yields and rice harvests.
No frills, no inefficiencies, no problem
With competitors closing in, leading low cost airline, AirAsia turned to Big Data and analytics and GE Malaysia to maintain its market leadership.
SC charges former directors for causing wrongful loss to Patimas Computers Bhd
Malaysia’s Securities Commission goes after former Patimas directors for software development payments made for work not done.
Big data, cloud software make a play at Rio 2016
Big data and cloud software from GE are helping to ensure all the 11,558 athletes at the Rio Olympics can deliver their best performance on sports greatest stage.
Apple launches bug bounty programme
Apple follows Google and Microsoft by launching its first official public bug bounty programme. The amount of bug bounty varies depending on the type of bug found. It could be as much as US$200,000 if you catch a bug in the Apple secure boot system.  
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