Week in Review
This was just a packed week for the ecosystem but it has become so common that Digital News Asia CEO and founder Karamjit Singh is tempted to say that it was just another typical week!
Karamjit Singh shines the spolight this week on Green Packet, its fight to stay relevant against the big telco boys, and the cost a change in strategy must entail for determined entrepenuers.
It was an exciting week for the tech ecosystem, and Karamjit Singh highlights the disruption that some Malaysian entrepreneurs are aiming to create and how bold moves such as these serve to inspire even bolder dreams in others.
Success of companies in creative content, IT and E&E sectors creating positive buzz Parents are slowly coming around to accepting and encouraging their children into these careers
Funding from both public and private money helps fire up entrepreneurs with big dreams, writes DNA founder and CEO Karamjit Singh.
If there was one take-away from the Second International Datacentres Malaysia Summit in Kuala Lumpur earlier this week, it’s that the data center industry gets no love, despite being the lynchpin of the digital economy, writes A. Asohan.
Digital News Asia (DNA) founder Karamjit Singh tells us why he is totally loving the interactive conversations that our articles trigger, via social media and also through the comments section, and urges entrepreneurs to share to help grow the ecosystem.
It looked to have been a slow news week as we wind down for the year, but then the stuff hit the fan, writes Karamjit Singh.