What kind of capitalism do we want? That may be the defining question of our era. If we want to sustain our economic system for future generations, we must answer it correctly.
Bankers in SEA are urged to focus on digital innovation to improve their operations.
A new digital literacy and Internet safety programme to soon be piloted.
High costs and a lack of skilled professionals are the main challenges.
Even Michelangelo, the great sculptor of the High Renaissance period, once said, “I am still learning”. Obviously, no one can say, “I have learned enough”.
The NA approves a draft of E-commerce Law, a critical role in helping the Cambodian economy adapt to the digital era.
The Malaysian government yesterday replaced the Domestic Security Policy with the updated Public Security and Safety Policy in order to meet the growing challenges brought about by the digital age.
Half a century ago, future researcher Alvin Toffler wrote in his book The Future Shock that a time would come when technological progress would be so rapid that even elites would no longer be able to comprehend and explain it.
The opportunities that digital transformation presents Cambodia are significant.
Banks are rushing to provide more convenient digital services to customers.
Kem Gunawadh explains that digital transformation is a very important requirement for TV stations.
Va Sonyka compiles four websites that would give you different flavours of tech information in Cambodia and around the world.
Transforming Cambodia into a digital powerhouse: Ooctane.
A digital patient record retrieval service is launched in Preah Ang Duong Hospital.
D. Seuss once said, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go”. He was right. Reading is a key that unlocks doors.
Telecom Ministry signs a MoU with local conglomerate Royal Group to boost Cambodia’s digital transformation.
Kingdom asked to participate in programme to promote digital development and e-payments.
Europe needs to decide on a digital tax and should lead the way, Vestager says.
Edotco says it is ready to build the digital infrastructure needed for a digital economy.
5G technology is one of the key tools for Cambodia to realise the ambition to leapfrog its economic structure to a knowledge-based and innovation-driven economy.
Of course we were convinced when Leonardo da Vinci said, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”. In the world of architecture and design, there’s a phrase they call “less is more”.
Edotco (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. (“edotco Cambodia”), an integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company in Cambodia, reaffirmed their commitment as the country’s digital partner at the Digital Cambodia 2019 event today.
Digital technologies will give Cambodia the opportunity to leapfrog traditional stages of development, but it will take the country at least 10 years to complete the transition into a full-fledged digital economy, the minister of economy and finance said yesterday.
Smart Axiata Digital Innovation Fund (SADIF) expanded its investment into two more promising local digital businesses, a move that will contribute to the development of the Kingdom’s digital economy.
Pi Pay yesterday inked yet another partnership with a financial institution to expand the reach of its digital payment services in the Kingdom.
The Civil Service Ministry yesterday urged public institutions to go digital to provide more efficient and timely services to the public.
Digital identification systems could see developing economies grow up to 13%.
World leaders and business elites gather in Davos to discuss globalization 4.0.
Vietnet Distribution JSC is now an official distributor in Cambodia for LogRhythm.
Facebook to invest 300 million US dollars over three years to support local news.