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Little Rachel has a BIG Secret to Share

Kuala Lumpur, 19 September 2017 – Little Book BIG Secrets writer Rachel Siew Suet Li did not let adversity constrain her in her quest to become an author. This unique young lady born with a rare degenerative genetic condition, unveiled her first literary offering today entitled “Little Book, Big Secrets … Read more »

Malaysia’s Mass Rapid Transit Corporation taps the power of Microsoft Azure

Malaysia, October 9, 2017 – Malaysia’s Mass Rapid Transit Corporation (MRTC) is one of the first in Asia leveraging cloud-based collaboration on a common data environment for its 51-kilometer Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (KVMRT) system’s Sungai Buloh–Serdang–Putrajaya (SSP) line. In partnership with Microsoft’s Global ISV, Bentley Systems, MRTC aims … Read more »

A handle on cybersecurity

In just the year of 2016, ransomware cyber crooks were reported to have raked in RM 4.21 billion. These were the findings obtained by Microsoft in their recent Security Intelligence Report Volume 22. Microsoft Asia assistant general counsel and regional director of Digital Crimes Unit (DCU), Keshav Dhakad explained how … Read more »

Driving Renault to gain an edge in F1 racing

To stay on top of their Formula 1 game, participating teams have to tap the right technologies to prepare for every race, sometimes within days, throughout the entire season. Microsoft’s expertise not only lies in helping organisations fight cyber criminals and threat but are also partners with Renault Sports Formula … Read more »

Democratizing technology for an inclusive revolution

The 82-year-old lady reads an instant message on her smartphone sent by her daughter, Dr. Astrid S. Tuminez, but she does not know how to type on the screen to reply. Instead, she writes her response on a piece of paper, takes a photo of it, and sends it back. … Read more »

AI and cybercrime: Good and bad news

Artificial intelligence could soon reset the murky world of cybercrime – and the news is both good and bad. “We have AI, but so do the bad guys,” says Ann Johnson, Microsoft’s Vice President, Enterprise & Cybersecurity. She thinks it is inevitable that the criminal use of AI will result … Read more »