Intel Malaysia Launched Systems Cloud for University (SC4U) Program to  Help University Students Bridge Gap in Learning
Apr12

Intel Malaysia Launched Systems Cloud for University (SC4U) Program to Help University Students Bridge Gap in Learning

 12 May 2021 (MY) – Intel Malaysia in collaboration with Talent Corporation Malaysia Berhad (TalentCorp) and CREST today announced a new initiative to help universities student to get a step closer to their normal learning experience through the launch of Systems Cloud for University, or SC4U today. YB Datuk Seri M. Saravanan, Minister of Human Resources launched the program and Eric Chan, Vice President of Internet of...

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E-commerce a Covid Lifeline for Retailers with Additional RM3,720 Billion Spent Online Globally
Apr07

E-commerce a Covid Lifeline for Retailers with Additional RM3,720 Billion Spent Online Globally

 7 April 2021 (MY) – As Covid-19 kept consumers around the world at home, nearly everything from groceries to gardening supplies was purchased online. According to Mastercard’s latest Recovery Insights report, this amounted to an additional US$900 billion (about RM3,720 billion) being spent in retail online around the world in 2020. Put another way: in 2020, e-commerce made up roughly US$1 out of every US$5 spent on retail,...

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Malaysians Look Forward to More Digital Citizen Services, But Expect Government to Raise Personal Digital Literacy Levels
Apr07

Malaysians Look Forward to More Digital Citizen Services, But Expect Government to Raise Personal Digital Literacy Levels

 7 April 2021 (MY) – Malaysia is reaping the benefits of a digitally-enabled citizenry with more Malaysians embracing digital engagements with the Government, according to VMware, Inc. In the new VMware Digital Frontiers 3.0 Study, 45% of respondents indicated that they are happy to interact digitally with the Malaysian government, a positive step towards the country’s vision of growing its digital economy and becoming the...

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NTT Reveals only 22.7% of Digital Transformation Efforts in Asia Pacific are Optimized
Mar18

NTT Reveals only 22.7% of Digital Transformation Efforts in Asia Pacific are Optimized

 18 March 2021 (MY) – One year since the onset of the pandemic, organizations globally have undergone major transformations as they seek to strengthen resilience, increase agility and deliver greater efficiencies. In Asia Pacific, 89.7% of business and IT leaders agree COVID-19 has caused significant changes to their operating processes, while 91.8% say it has accelerated their digital transformation strategy. These are the...

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Malaysians Most Optimistic in Government’s Ability to Deliver Better Digital Services with Increased Access to Personal Data
Mar11

Malaysians Most Optimistic in Government’s Ability to Deliver Better Digital Services with Increased Access to Personal Data

 11 March 2021 (MY) – Malaysian consumers are most comfortable when it comes to organizations gaining completely accurate data of their daily lives as compared to other nations, according to VMware Inc., VMware’s Digital Frontiers 3.0 study found that more than half (58%) Malaysian consumers are comfortable or excited about sharing completely accurate data about their daily lives with the Government if it leads to better...

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96.2% Of Businesses In Asia Pacific See Cloud As Critical To Meeting Immediate Business Needs Amongst Pandemic Uncertainty
Feb18

96.2% Of Businesses In Asia Pacific See Cloud As Critical To Meeting Immediate Business Needs Amongst Pandemic Uncertainty

 18 February 2021 (MY) – NTT Ltd., the global technology services company, today releases its 2021 Hybrid Cloud Report, which highlights the critical need for business agility, and the role hybrid cloud has had on helping businesses achieve this. Before Covid-19, many companies had embarked on digital transformation journeys, but the pandemic highlighted that many were not as agile as they had previously thought. The pandemic...

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Maintaining Momentum: 70% Of Women In Tech Agree That Their Skills Were Considered Ahead Of Their Gender, But The Equality Journey Isn’t Over
Feb18

Maintaining Momentum: 70% Of Women In Tech Agree That Their Skills Were Considered Ahead Of Their Gender, But The Equality Journey Isn’t Over

 18 February 2021 (MY) – More than half (56%) of women in tech have seen levels of gender equality improve in their organization over the past two years, with a further 70% agreeing that their skills and experience were considered ahead of gender when applying for their first role in IT or tech. This progression in such a short space of time represents a positive step towards sector inclusivity. But the findings from...

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Envysion Wealth Management Expands into Malaysia with  Strategic Partnership
Feb03

Envysion Wealth Management Expands into Malaysia with Strategic Partnership

 3 February 2021 (MY) – Envysion Wealth Management, the independent, full-service wealth manager with a specialty in family office solutions, has today announced a strategic partnership with Bill Morrisons of Malaysia. The partnership will enable accredited Malaysian investors to gain access to an international wealth management solutions platform and the option to re-domicile their assets via a Variable Capital Company...

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Printcious and Shutterstock Make More than 10,000 Designs Available for Personalized Gifts This Holiday Season
Jan28

Printcious and Shutterstock Make More than 10,000 Designs Available for Personalized Gifts This Holiday Season

 28 January 2021 (MY) – Printcious, an online DIY gift printing platform in Malaysia, has announced its partnership with leading global creative platform and licensed content provider Shutterstock ahead of Lunar New Year and Valentine’s Day holiday. With this partnership, Printcious will be adding 25,000 of Shutterstock images and designs to their existing collection. Customers can use these extensive images and...

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A New Gender Balance: SEA’s Women In Tech Face Lockdown Barriers To Career Progression
Jan21

A New Gender Balance: SEA’s Women In Tech Face Lockdown Barriers To Career Progression

 21 January 2021 (MY) – Lockdown life was generally predicted to bring about a positive industry shift in the fight for gender equality. By levelling the playing fields from a social and family planning perspective, traditional stereotypes around availability and longevity when it comes to women’s careers would be removed. The impact of COVID meant that companies were accelerated or even forced into this new norm overnight,...

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