The Malaysia Digital Economy Corp (MDEC) predicts the demand for tech talent will rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.59% per year over the next three years. Cybersecurity, Software-as-a-Service conferencing solutions, E-commerce, and IoT are four areas forecast for growth.
AMB’s new factory which relocated from Jalan Kuchai Lama to Bandar Enstek is a ‘smart factory’ and Certified Green Building, says Tomoharu Abe, Managing Director/CEO
Sunway’s entry in the awards was submitted by the National Tech Association of Malaysia (PIKOM), a member of ASOCIO which represents some 1,000 ICT companies and 80 percent of the local ICT industry. Sunway, through its various business divisions, is an active member of PIKOM.
This is a cautionary tale for companies looking at their own digital transformation, to ensure that capital investments are measured and potentially staged over a longer period of time.
Last year, we witnessed a series of economic stimulus measures tabled under the MyDigital initiatives, including plans to improve Malaysia’s 5G infrastructure and to the adoption of cloud services by government institutions.
This program will help Huawei's partners build three types of capabilities to better serve customers: digital transformation consulting and planning, product and portfolio expertise, and solution development.
To kick off the event, Ken Hu, Huawei's Rotating Chairman, delivered a keynote outlining three ways the ICT ecosystem can help break through common barriers in digital transformation