Author: TC Systems

What shouldn't you do when interviewing? Here are the most common job interview mistakes, blunders, and errors a candidate for employment can make. Unfortunately, it's easy to make these mistakes without even realizing it — and many of them are more common than you might think! Take the time to prepare before your interview, so you don't have to stress out about blunders after it. Read on for the top 10 most...

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A few weeks ago, Grab announced its next move: a financial services venture. AirAsia similarly announced a new digital payments platform, BigPay. Add that to Go-Pay, WeChat Pay, Sea Group’s AirPay, and we have a host of digital payment platforms from companies that didn’t originally start out in fintech. We asked two experts why this is the case. Editor’s note: Answers have been edited for clarity. Lawrence Cheok, senior research manager at...

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If your website is focused on a global audience, you've probably spent some time thinking about the best ways to organize and optimize your site for different countries. There are several important decisions you need to make when bringing your content to an international audience. Determining which domain structure you need is key, but there are a few best practices to keep in mind when using...

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Nothing is more challenging and exciting in a life than starting your own business. The idea of launching something unique, grabbing the attention of the market and becoming an established company is overwhelming. But with one great idea comes great responsibility. Before committing to any business, you have to be fully prepared for all the responsibilities that come with it, instantly. The tech industry is a...

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With the rise in mobile connectivity, it comes as no surprise how ecommerce has steadily grown to run the online consumer show, providing convenience, reach and efficiency to businesses and consumers alike. This year, Tech in Asia Singapore 2018 takes a close look at five exhibiting ecommerce startups changing the consumer space through their products and services. Here’s a brief snippet of how these startups are taking on...

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The world of SEO seems to evolve more dramatically and rapidly with every passing year. While it's easy to put it all down to advancing technology, some changes go beyond that. What works and what doesn’t in SEO is down to the way people search for information online. As both technology and user behaviour continue to change, so the SEO landscape alters with them. Here, we...

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are two very hot buzzwords right now, and often seem to be used interchangeably. They are not quite the same thing, but the perception that they are can sometimes lead to some confusion. So I thought it would be worth writing a piece to explain the difference. Both terms crop up very frequently when the topic is Big Data, analytics, and...

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Malaysia's talent market in 2018 will be all about adapting to change with candidates urged to keep up with trends in their sector so they can actively develop the skills in demand and stay relevant in the employment market. This is just one of the top 10 talent trends for 2018, according to recruiting experts Hays. "Many sectors are being reshaped by technology creating new roles,...

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Business marketing has been developing from the days when cavemen first bartered for fish and meat. Since those far-off times, business marketing had developed and evolved over the centuries to reach the position it occupies today. It has become a sophisticated beast with many arms and methods to achieve its end. One of the main mistakes many people make with regards to business marketing in the...

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Online sale periods which garnered the highest interest were 12.12 sale, Single’s Day, Black Friday Sites with the most Facebook fans in Malaysia were Lazada and 11street followed by Zalora 2017 has been a vital year for e-commerce in Southeast Asia as seen when Google & Temasek recently adjusted their 2016 predictions upwards, stating that the digital economy will be worth US$50 billion (RM203.94 billion) by end...

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