Country's government body, MDeC, pledges to help improve quality of local tech companies, but acknowledges "stiff" competition from neighboring countries.
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Companies want their IT heads to be strategic players and improve operating performance, not just reduce cost, notes CIO of Malaysia's social security body.
Privacy and security concerns hold back public sector from embracing public cloud services, but industry observers say infrastructure can still be viable model for some datasets.
Social workforce is about being open and leveraging "wisdom of crowds", where small work groups aren't conducive for collaboration, says Intel exec.
Last of four operators to launch WiMax in Malaysia, YTL Communications suffers series of malicious attacks on Web servers during official launch, leaving subscribers unable to access or sign up for services.
Two new sites aim to provide Malaysian Web application builders training in PHP development and help in marketing their PHP skillsets.
Governments and ICT industry players must also band together to address challenges facing future of digital economy, urges World IT and Services Alliance official.
The Association of the Computer and Multimedia Industry of Malaysia (Pikom) amended its constitution at its 20th annual general meeting (AGM) recently.It has added a president's post to its secretariat setup, which currently consists of a chairman, deputy chairman, secretary, treasurer, and a team of councillors and advisors.
The theme of the upcoming Penang ICT Week, from Dec 6 to 8, is Innovation - Creating a Disruptive Force and Competitive Advantage.Penang ICT Week is the biggest ICT gathering in Penang with more than 800 participants expected to attend the three-day event.
It seems to be the trend for normally backwater states to announce that they are going to be ICT-ready.Look at two recent headlines:- Pahang gets RM76 million to promote hi-tech activities- Kedah wants to be 'info technology-ready' stateThe Pahang state government has received 76 million ringgit under the 9th Malaysian Plan to promote activities relating to information communication technology, biotechnology and biodiversity.