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MyKad offers secure transactions

BUSINESSES can ride on MyKad and the iVest Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) technology for a cost-effective way to introduce or expand secure services and transactions online, said Lee Hooi Teck, director of iVest, a research and development unit in Mimos Bhd.

Business

M’sia to have 13 million smart cards by 2005

MALAYSIA, with a 32.5% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for smart cards from 2001 to 2005 is expected to have about 13 million smart cards out by 2005, according to Jafizwaty Ishahak, a Smart Card and Auto ID regional research analyst with Frost amp; Sullivan Asia Pacific.

Business

iVest to be separated from Mimos under restructuring

iVest of Mimos Bhd, an Internet security Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI) solutions provider, will be packaged as a separate entity under Mimos#039; restructuring plans, targeted to be completed early this year.

Nation

MyKid for all newborn babies soon

All newborn babies will be issued MyKid, the children#8217;s version of the MyKad, in about two months when the card goes nationwide.

Nation

MyKad for online dealings

Yet another MyKad feature was launched Thursday, paving the way for secure online transactions.

Letters

Suggestions for hassle-free registration

From FOR GREATER EFFICIENCY of Kuala Lumpur.

Business

Alliance group upgrades banking system

THE Alliance banking group has signed a contract with Global Innovative Management Partners-ACT Sdn Bhd to upgrade its banking system through the latest version of the Silverlake Integrated Banking System (SIBS), its chief executive officer Ng Siek Chuan said.

Nation

Fast KL-Ipoh trains on track

People travelling between Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh can look forward to riding on fast trains that will run every hour at peak times and take only two hours to complete the journey.

Nation

Improve IT knowledge, Customs personnel urged

Customs personnel, especially those manning collection counters, have been told to improve their IT knowledge in line with the government#8217;s move to adopt a paperless system.

Letters

All set for second wave

B>Reports from the Chinese dailies./b>