He has been the founder of a number of successful ICT companies over the past 20 years.
Emphasises the importance of the government’s continued support for the industry so no momentum is lost.
Reflects the country’s spirit of excellence, and shows that local companies can compete with the best in the world.
TM Research & Development Sdn Bhd bagged the ‘Chairman’s Award’ at the recent WITSA ICT Excellence Awards organised by WITSA, the World Information Technology and Services Alliance, a consortium of ICT industry association members from over 80 countries and economies, while Malaysia will host WCIT in 2020.
There is a growing fear that governments are moving to more broadly address Internet governance issues through purely intergovernmental processes. But this fear may have been built on false assumptions. Dr Jeremy Malcolm explores the issue.
For the first time in its history, the ITU failed to reach a consensus on the new International Telecommunication Regulations (ITRs) at the World Conference on International Telecommunications earlier this month. But the ITRs are a distraction from the ITU's real shortcomings, which are deficiencies of process, writes DNA columnist Jeremy Malcolm.
The WCIT meeting in Dubai which discussed bringing the Internet under the control of the UN could not reach a consensus. A battle was won, but the war to preserve Internet freedom goes on, writes A. Asohan.