Singapore's Media Development Authority CIO Yeo Chun Cheng discusses hurdles the media regulator had to cross when the country kicked off its high-definition television trials in May 2006.
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update IT vendors and resellers must ensure compliance before Jan. 01, 2006, when the country's new competition laws take effect, warn tech lawyers.
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Chinese government decrees virtual currency not legal tender in transactions involving real-world products and services, but allows it to be purchased by real money.
I attended a roundtable dialogue earlier this week to discuss how we can encourage IT organizations in Singapore to employ autistic workers.Last year, we featured a Danish computer company Specialisterne which hires and trains people with autism, specifically those diagnosed with high-functioning autism, so these individuals can serve as IT consultants and be a useful member of the general workforce.
Many IT teams in the country are struggling to meet growing employee demands for communications tools, and are further challenged by their organization's directive to prioritze these needs below others.