• In today's technological era, companies that have been around for decades are vulnerable to the disruption that can come from anywhere. One field of work can be lost and replaced by technology, but on the other hand, plenty un-consideration as a job before.

  • In the context of the 4.0 industrial revolution, almost every business is transforming itself by adopting leading technologies and innovative data-driven business models. In this massive digital transformation wave, the company must be considering about digital security aspect. Here are ten cybersecurity principles.

  • The commitment of regulators in the telecommunications sector to act as facilitators was finally proven by the issuance of an anticipatory policy, namely the Regulation of the Minister of Communication and Information Technology No.1 / 2021, as an amendment to Ministerial Regulation No.13 / 2019 concerning the Operation of Telecommunications Services.

  • To what extent is success in the workplace measured or viewed? Generally, people who are judged successful are those who have influence, are very busy, never miss the news, and are involved in important company projects.

  • The main goal is to provide the best service for customers and encourage Indonesia's digital society. Telecommunication network providers, especially cellular operators, must provide network services with the latest technology. Seeing the tighter margins in the telecommunications industry, globally, not only in Indonesia, the Open RAN technology, which stands for Open Radio Access Network, was developed.

  • A coworker tells of his first experience working in the field. He gets a reprimand for wearing the wrong safety helmet. Yes, you must use a safety helmet when working in the field or visiting project sites. Not because of the shape, but the color of the helmet he wore had the potential to cause misunderstanding.

  • What's the first thing you do when you wake up? Holding a smartphone or ..? Don't be surprised if the answer is smartphone, because it has been a global phenomenon. The results of research by the international institute, International Data Corporation (IDC) in 2018, revealed that 80 percent of smartphone users check their smartphone within 5 minutes after they woke up.

  • MarkPlus Inc., through the MarkPlus Industry Roundtable, held last week, announced the results of the latest survey, which revealed that during the COVID-19 pandemic (since March 2020), the majority of Indonesians has increased their monthly mobile internet quota usage by using fixed broadband.