The concept of the sharing economy - or crowdsourcing - is not new to Malaysia, says MDEC
Keith Martin, F-Secure’s new Asia-Pacific and Japan Head of Corporate Business, and Amit Nath speak to Computerworld Malaysia about the current threat landscape.
''It is not just about equipping youth with the necessary digital skills for tomorrow, but also about enabling them to design impactful, innovative solutions to societal problems," said SAP's Claus Andresen.
Industry veteran Duncan Williamson applauds the government's vision to enhance Malaysia's reputation as a regional digital hub.
Part Two of CXS's move from Norway to Malaysia and insights into Malaysia’s re-domiciling strategy.
Part One of a Deep Dive into MDEC’s Digital Malaysia re-domiciling strategy.
Beyond the crystal ball: Computerworld Malaysia asks MDEC’s Datuk Yasmin Mahmood what really lies ahead for Digital Malaysia in 2018.
To continue an exclusive series of deep dives into Digital Malaysia, Computerworld Malaysia asked MDEC’s CEO Datuk Yasmin Mahmood for a retrospective on 2017.
Computerworld Malaysia ‘rapid-fire’ interview with SAP’s new Southeast Asia President and MD Claus Andresen.
Part 2 of an in-depth feature with Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation’s CEO Datuk Yasmin Mahmood: 'Entrepreneurs need the space to fail in this dynamic digital age.'
Part 1 of a deep dive into emerging technologies during 2017: 'The Nation must be prepared to face onslaught of disruption by becoming future-proof,' said MDEC CEO Datuk Yasmin Mahmood.
“Our target in 2017 was to establish three Digital Hubs and we are happy that we have surpassed our target with today’s announcement," says MDEC CEO Datuk Yasmin Mahmood.
Based on a true story, the film Hidden Figures follows three brilliant African-American women working at NASA who served as the brains behind one of the greatest space operations in history.
The conception of AI is actually ancient. Thousands of years ago, the Greeks discussed the possibility of placing a mind inside a mechanical body.
Corporate fraud, excesses and subsequent scandals, loss of public trust and even bankruptcies are a recurring phenomenon.
The recent launch of the IBM z14 enterprise system reminds us that the mainframe platform did not die in the early ‘90s, as predicted by a number of very clever people.
Last week I had the opportunity to listen to a very interesting return of experience on the use of shared Flash technology for Big Data, and more specifically Hadoop workloads.
One of the problems to be solved is data in itself.
Deep learning is going to be the foundation of many disruptive new applications during 2017 and beyond.