At BETT Asia 2017, the Malaysian education minister spoke about preparing our children for their future.
It was not the dominant Digital Economy focused budget that some had hoped for, but there was still enough in the Malaysian Budget of 2018 to keep the nation on track towards becoming a winner in the increasingly digital world.
Pikom voices out its hopes for the ICT sector in the government's upcoming Budget 2018.
The ‘new collar’ jobs concept may be coming to the Asia Pacific region sooner than you think.
Women are relatively under-represented when it comes to jobs which are expected to have the most growth in the next five years in STEM professions.
Survey spells out three equalisers to help women in the workplace grow their careers and close the pay gap.
Among first jobbers who graduated with a STEM degree, 84% took less than six months to land their first job and 60% were very satisfied with the job options they had.
There can be no doubt that Nuraizah has opened the door for women in the mobile technology space.
Millions of jobs in the Asean (Association of South-East Asian Nations) bloc are at risk from automation and similar new technologies, according to a UN study.
Four Year 6 students from the Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) were recently selected as semi-finalists in the ‘middle school’ category of the Technovation Innovation Challenge, a global technology entrepreneurship programme for girls.