Technology

Pikom voices ‘extreme disappointment’ over continued exclusion of IT support & services during Malaysia’s lockdown
Big & small companies rely on stable IT infrastructure and application to function Mind boggling that government actually gave barbers approval to operate
Malaysia’s small businesses well-placed to recover from the economic impacts of COVID-19
Small business owners face the challenge of adapting their businesses to ‘a new normal’ Many of Malaysia’s small businesses entered pandemic crisis in good financial health
MDEC partners 80 tech firms, launches #digitalvscovid campaign to mitigate Covid-19 impact on economy
Offering services on pro-bono basis or discounted rates to SMEs
Mind the Mind-Meld
We can either be empowered by new technologies and operating systems that government imposes upon us as a result of Covid-19 pandemic, or be overpowered by them.
APAC organisations facing regulatory minefield in era of tech-driven growth, says Clifford Chance report
Ready, Steady Grow: Study on C-suite perspectives on sustainable tech strategy Key theme emerging globally was in facing ethical challenges of tech innovation
Organisations must rethink fundamentals, reveals Fjord Trends 2020 from Accenture Interactive
As a new decade approaches, businesses must look inwards for a total re-examination of their purpose and place in the world, says a new report by Accenture.
Singaporeans insecure about financial future despite healthy economy
Singaporeans believe GDP growth limited due to lack of natural resources while investments into manufacturing and services means added pressure for workforce.
Telco Deep Dive 2019: Axiata-Telenor mega merger called off, fails to hurdle complexities
Points to complexities of proposed transaction as getting in way of closing deal Acknowledge strategic rationale of merger, do not rule out future deal
AirAsia selects Oracle ERP cloud to transform finance operations
AirAsia adopts Oracle's ERP Cloud as part of its journey into becoming a travel tech company.
Gobind picks Malaysian based in US to be next MDEC CEO
In a surprise choice, Communications and Multimedia Minister, Gobind Singh Deo has apparently picked a Malaysian based in New York since 2001 to be the next MDEC CEO.
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