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KUALA LUMPUR: Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd aims to reduce the company’s dependency on oil and gas (O&G) revenue by 40%-45% by 2022.
ONE of the jokes that made the rounds back in March was a multiple-choice question asking, who’s the leading force in workplace digital transformation? The punchline was that it was neither the CEO or the CTO, but a third ‘C’ – Covid-19.
WHETHER or not they were ready for work-from-home arrangements, companies were compelled to be flexible with their employees when the economic sector started shutting down back in March.
KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd’s (TNB) wholly-owned subsidiary, TNB Renewables Sdn Bhd (TRe) has appointed Envision Digital International Pte Ltd to deploy big data analytics applications in its large scale solar farm in Sepang, Selangor in Malaysia to improve energy productivity and operational efficiency.
KUALA LUMPUR: AmInvestment Research maintains its Hold rating on Digi.Com with unchanged forecasts and a discounted cashflow-based fair value of RM4.70 share.
A new generation of cybersecurity companies is creating billions of dollars in market value for investors as businesses increasingly turn to cloud-based products for better protection from sophisticated attacks.
PETALING JAYA: Kronologi Asia Bhd’s net profit rose 12.47% to RM5.06mil on the back of a 28.78% jump in revenue to RM52.07mil for its second quarter ended June 30.This was achieved through a combination of higher contributions from Hong Kong, Taiwan and India operations, and a maiden contribution from the recent Sandz Solutions acquisition.
SINGAPORE: Singapore will allocate S$724 million ($535 million) under a current plan to transform its economy into one that relies more on fields such as research and on companies that create new markets and jobs.
SINGAPORE: Singapore will allocate a further S$300mil (RM902mil) to spur research in digital innovation as the government transforms the economy through technology.
SINGAPORE: Singapore will allocate a further S$300 million ($222 million) to spur research in digital innovation as the government transforms the economy through technology.