The Malaysian government aspires to build the country of 22 million people in the image of Singapore's exceptional technology success. It has invested US$10 billion in two high-tech parks — Cyberjaya and Putrajaya — as part of its Multimedia Super Corridor project to attract international business.
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When job seekers sit down for an interview with John Golden, chief technology officer at CNA Insurance, he sometimes hits them with this question: "You're stuck in traffic. What do you do?"
De Jager says he was immediately suspicious
After six years of creating awareness of possible Year 2000 glitches as the result of the date rollover from 1999 to 2000, Canadian computer consultant Peter de Jager says his work is nearly done and he's ready to cash in his URL.
Most common complaints involved ISPs, merchandise ordered over Internet and online auctions
Company captures 21% share of market in Q2 1999
Staff workto triple Web site’s server capacity
For the first time, Encyclopaedia Britannica is offering its Web site content for free and has spun off its online and digital products into a separate business unit, officials said.
Observers say scam is more embarrassing than destructive
Silicon Graphics Inc.'s new chairman and CEO, Robert Bishop, said he'll continue with the turnaround strategy laid out by Richard Belluzzo, who abruptly resigned on Monday, leaving the company scrambling for a replacement.
Linux to be SGI's exclusive OS