Work From Home
Palo Alto Networks unveiled a new research which found Asean business leaders prioritising cyber security issues at the board level, as a result of the disruptions brought about by Covid-19.
Some eight out of 10 Malaysian employees would prefer to work from home as compared to working from office full time when the pandemic restrictions ease locally, according to a new study by consulting firm EY.
As the world has gone increasingly digital due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been a rise in demand for jobs that require digital and soft skills and hiring patterns have shifted from focusing on credentials towards skill sets, a new study has found.
Covid-19 fears drives demand for AI-startup, Superceed’s products as it seeks to raise US$5mil round
Provides AI-driven customer engagement through combination of four key AI technologies Recognised by Gartner as among leading audio based Emotion AI players – along with Amazon
Is the workplace of the future going to look like a scene from The Minority Report? Actually, it’s just about flexibility, writes Benjamin Cher.
Dell and Intel recently unveiled findings from their second Global Evolving Workforce Study, which identifies and explores current and future trends pertaining to the workplace and workforce, and the role that technology has played in their evolution.
In an informal JobStreet.com poll, 63% of Malaysian workers surveyed said they have not been spending enough time with their family due to long working hours. Nearly 70% spend two to five hours working beyond their official work-hours every day.
The 2013 Regus Global Economic Indicator, canvassing over 26,000 business managers across 90 countries, found that 48% now work remotely for at least half their working week. In Malaysia, just over half of executives work flexibly for at least half the week (53%).
Yahoo’s Malaysian operations is poised to experience 'double-digit' revenue growth in 2013 on the back of successful growth last year that was driven by an increase in digital advertising spending and the localization of advertising campaigns.
Tech media giant Yahoo has been in the limelight over how its CEO Marissa Mayer has terminated its Work From Home (WFH) program. Edwin Yapp speaks to the rest of the industry on their take.