Week in Review
This week's column from Karamjit Singh comes with a weighty question for readers. Should his WiR (Week in Review) column be in video format instead?
Technology Minister, Yeo Bee Yin joins What's Next lineup and how a leading Indonesian bank is facing disruption by investing in the disruptors?
Innovations in digital have disrupted businsses the world over but have government efforts in Malaysia helped lift the innovation bar? Plus Khailee Ng joins What's Next's awesome lineup.
Week in Review: World Bank zooms in on Malaysia’s Digital Economy & What’s Next welcomes Condom King
World Bank’s Economic Monitor highlights poor digital adoption by corporate Malaysia Brick&Mortar CEO whose customers are pure digital natives will talk about his challenges THE World Bank just published on Saturday its Economic Monitor 2018 report for Malaysia. And surprise surprise the executive summary carried the headline, “Unlocking the Potential of the Digital Economy”. Well, that is no surprise to us at DNA, nor to our readers.
Karamjit Singh ponders on the question of where the Malaysian government stands when it comes to innovation and disruptive business models.
Alibaba’s initiatives into Malaysia should be judged on the positive impact they have on businesses and not on its rhetoric.
Gone before he could help see a mature startup ecosystem in Malaysia, Nazrin Hassan felt a high touch approach was as important as the tech.
Karamjit Singh is concerned about how the world is getting more dangerous no thanks to our desire to want to share ‘hot news’ ASAP without checking the facts.
Karamjit Singh likes the fact that Radzi Tajuddin went after a pain point that was not sexy and kept his head down to build value in Hartabumi.
Week in Review: New Malaysian Communications and Multimedia minister needs to get on accelerated learning curve
Driving Malaysia’s Digital Economy forward will fall under Gobind Singh Deo’s portfolio Has to drive all parties hard to ensure Malaysia has world class telco and digital infrastructure MALAYSIA’s peaceful transition of power from an incumbent party that had ruled the country since independence in 1957 to its defeat in the 9 May election, the 14th in the country’s history is still making global headlines.