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Headlines about cybersecurity breaches and data theft from US government agencies and companies such as Caribou Coffee, Target and Medtronic in recent years can inspire fear of bad guys exploiting the Internet from dark places on the Web.
When Naomie Baptiste was a second-grader in Miami, her uncle, a retired Coca-Cola electrical engineer, played a mathematics game with her at the store.
NEXT year, all business premises in Klang must be equipped with a 120-litre rubbish bin or risk having their operating licence revoked or their application rejected by the Klang Municipal Council (MPK).
TECHNOLOGY has been both a boon and a curse to the country’s multi-generational workforce.
FOR once, it did not seem like just a “people’s budget”. The business community is happy to be given the limelight under Budget 2020 this time around.
WHILE small and medium enterprises (SMEs) provide two-thirds of the total jobs in the country, the majority of the sector has yet to go through a digital transformation by leveraging on the various solutions available.
MILLENNIALS have been quite the focus of the job market over the past few years. Companies are increasingly talking about setting cultures and values that resonate with younger job seekers and offices are trying to look cool and appealing to this age group.
KUALA LUMPUR: Universities should look at the Critical Occupations List and top associated skills to reduce mismatch of skills required for industries and enhance employability, says Talent Corporation Malaysia Bhd (TalentCorp).
THE electrical and electronics industry is targeted under the National Key Economic Areas (NKEA) to gear the nation towards a high-income economy.
A TOTAL of 288 teams from primary and secondary schools nationwide participated in the recent National Level Rero Robotics and Coding Competition (RAC19) held at Nilai University.