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TIME dotCom expects moderate growth in 2014
TIME dotCom Bhd, a fixed-broadband and data centre services provider, expects its business to grow moderately this year as it focuses on increasing its market share, improving product offerings and enhancing operational efficiencies.
Digerati50: Be willing to sacrifice everything
Digital News Asia (DNA) kicks off a weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy. These articles are from Digerati50, a special print publication released in January 2014.
CMOs are getting bolder, but CIOs have nothing to fear
At a roundtable discussion hosted by TIME dotCom Bhd and Digital News Asia (DNA) recently, IT leaders discussed the evolving role of the CIO and how they are bridging the gap between their departments and the rest of the organisation, especially marketing.
TeAM hopes to create 'echoes' in the corridors of power
The Malaysian Government is very receptive to policy lobbying when it comes from industry associations, say the folks at TeAM.
Good synergies in Astro-Maxis IPTV pact: Analyst
The strategic tie-up between Measat Broadcast Network Systems and Maxis Communications in a deal signed on April 30 for the former to provide IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) to the latter’s subscribers is expected to be a win-win situation for both service providers, says an industry analyst.
AIMS Group appoints former TIME dotCom man as new COO
AIMS Group has recently appointed Mohammad Azman Abdul Rahman its new chief operating officer.
Emagine set to disrupt the entire TV experience
Select-TV has launched Emagine, Malaysia’s first home-grown connected TV service, powered by high-speed broadband Internet and its own set-top box, and promising to bring a wealth of ad-free online and on-demand video entertainment to the home HDTV.
TIME for Cyberjaya homes and offices
Fixed-line provider TIME dotCom Bhd and Cyberjaya master developer Setia Haruman Sdn Bhd have announced a collaboration to introduce fiber connectivity to homes and offices in the city.
Broadband nirvana: The last mile's the hardest
TIME dotCom launched its latest 100Mbps fiber broadband offering at RM179 per month. Edwin Yapp wonders why every other broadband player can't have an option to offer such speeds and questions what the impedients are for not being able to do so. 
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