Wednesday, August 25, 2021

digital transformation

CONFAB to tackle digital challenges

KUCHING: The 12th International Conference on Information Technology in Asia 2021 (CITA’21) was launched by Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) vice-chancellor Professor Datuk Mohamad Kadim Suadi here on Wednesday (Aug 25). Unimas said the conference had been successfully organised biennially over...

Encouraging organisations to implement digital transformation

KUCHING: The Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) has developed evaluation criteria for two awards, namely the Industry 4.0 Award and the Sustainability Award, for the national-level Mini Team Excellence Innovation Showcase (MTEx) 2021. “This is one of MPC’s efforts to encourage...

Spark Engage Forum to accelerate businesses

KUCHING: Maxis Business’ Spark Engage series is back with the next Spark Engage Forum, featuring in-depth panel sessions and a keynote address. The virtual event on Mar 25 will be anchored by the theme ‘Innovate to Accelerate’ and it aims...

AirAsia recovering well through digital transformation, other opportunities

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Group Bhd is recovering well from the Covid-19 pandemic’s impact on the aviation industry, having seized the opportunity to relook at opportunities that it had not been able to do earlier and accelerated its digital transformation,...

Over 300 tablets given to students

KUCHING: A total of 305 Samsung Galaxy tablets were distributed to Form Five students at SMK Datuk Patinggi Kedit, SMK Ulu Layar and SMK St Augustine in Betong. Layar assemblyman Gerald Rentap Jabu said the contribution was from the Layar...

Study suitability of scheme

BETONG: The government should look at the suitability of the replacement of the Textbook Loan Scheme (SPBT) with the Computer Loan Scheme (SPK) as an educational transformation measure in line with the development of online teaching and learning (PdP)...

Some say ok, some say not ok on the Computer Loan Scheme (SPK)

The proposal to replace the Textbook Loan Scheme (SPBT) to the Computer Loan Scheme (SPK) needs to be seen in various aspects. For almost half a century of use, many teachers still prefer SPBT as they believe that SPBT is...

Body calls for audit on online health services

KUCHING: The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) has called upon the Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) and the National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA) to conduct an audit on online healthcare services to safeguard patients. MMA president Prof Datuk Dr Subramaniam Muniandysaid this...

2020 been a field-test for country’s internet connectivity

KUALA LUMPUR: The year 2020 has been a large-scale field-test for the country’s Internet connectivity and bandwidth capabilities. This is especially so as more than 32 million Malaysians began adapting to the new norms during Covid-19 pandemic. The use of the...

People’s data security top priority of National Digital Identity framework

KUALA LUMPUR: The aspect of people’s data security is the government’s main focus in developing the National Digital Identity framework, said Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah. He said the Communications and Multimedia Ministry would always ensure a high...
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Council welcomes inputs to mitigate flash floods

KUCHING: The Kota Samarahan Municipal Council (MPKS) is urging members of the public to provide inputs to mitigate anticipated...
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