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  • Common Business Pitfalls in the GST Era
    Posted Date Wednesday, 22 April 2015 00:00
    By Kenneth Hedh, Senior Director of Professional Services for Epicor in AsiaThe implementation of GST is finally here. Marking a new chapter in the Malaysian business landscape, the manufacturing segment has been tying up all loose ends by attending educational seminars, consulted tax professionals to study on its possible effects, and obtained a GST compliant software for complete compliance. Moving forward from meeting tax compliance, manufacturers are now looking to run GST administration and reporting a ‘business-as-usual’ operation to focus on more essential matters, such as increasing competitiveness and effectiveness of their business model in meeting customers’ needs.
  • Samsung’s Android-powered MFPs for an Internet of Things era
    Posted Date Tuesday, 21 April 2015 00:00
    By Cat YongThe Android operating system goes beyond tablets, smartphones and into multifunction printers (MFP), courtesy of Samsung. The Android-powered MX4 series of multifunction printers, the first of its kind in the world, is claimed to be more independent, intuitive and scalable as a result of Android.
  • Malaysia’s first B2B e-marketplace about to launch
    Posted Date Monday, 20 April 2015 00:00
    By Cat YongDuring the soft launch of Asiatradeex.com, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Datuk Dr. Wee Ka Siong was present to officiate the event for Malaysia’s first ever business-to-business (B2B) marketplace.
  • Campus LAN: distributed and open
    Posted Date Thursday, 16 April 2015 00:00
      By Cat Yong Brocade added another feather to its campus networking cap, with the Brocade ICX 7250 switch, that delivers the industry’s highest 10 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) port density. This admirably addresses the industry’s current demand for more traffic-intensive applications like wireless, video, Voice over IP (VoIP) and more.
  • How the Net defeated biology
    Posted Date Wednesday, 15 April 2015 00:00
    By Grahame LynchTwo items caught my eye as Australia passed sweeping new data retention laws.The first was an exclusive story broken by the Guardian newspaper’s digital edition this week. It reported that late last year, the private information of the visiting G20 leaders were accidentally sent by an official in the Immigration Department to an email address belonging to a football official.

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