Less than 3% expect to survive beyond 12 months if current situation persists MaGIC to help entrepreneurs leverage existing incentives, push capacity building
DNA collaborates with Multimedia University to gauge whether social media will influence readers when they vote in GE14 next month.
While 80% of business leaders in Malaysia agree that every organisation needs to transform into a digital business to enable future growth, only 34% have a full strategy in place.
Strategy must encompass the deployment of a gamut of ideas and should not just approach it on a piecemeal basis, cautions open source software giant Red Hat Inc.
There seems to be a disconnect between how C-suite and IT executives perceive the complex landscape of cyber security in Malaysia, according to a new study by BAE Systems plc.
Smartphone users across Asia have become more accustomed to the idea of purchasing products and services within apps, a trend that might become more prevalent over the next few years, according to a new study commissioned by Google Inc.
75% of Malaysian smartphone usres damaged their devices almost 3 times in past 5 years 21% admitted their phones are 'badly damaged', but majority won't fix cracked screens due to high repair cost SMARTPHONE users in Malaysia don’t seem like a careful bunch. A third of Malaysians are likely to have damaged their smartphone within 3 months of owning it.
Less than one-fifth of consumers in mature markets plan to purchase a tablet in the next 12 months, forcing strategic leaders to re-assess market opportunities in this category, as basic and utility ultra-mobile upgrade rates could fall by 10% through 2016.
A new study commissioned by US mobile accessories maker OtterBox shows that a significant number of Singapore smartphone users will not spend money to repair their damaged smartphone. And even if they did, they would only be willing to pay US$135 for the repair.
Traditional advertisers and travel-related businesses should develop a coherent digital strategy that would allow them to tap into a changing trend in how leisure and business travellers make choices when they travel, says search giant Google.