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Training and Talent Development

Training and Talent Development programmes are specifically designed not only to prime the nation's talents for the current industry demands, but to future-proof them by offering holistic solutions in enhancing their potential and at the same time, inculcating new skills.

Our Training and Talent Development Offerings

Google Workspace Series

Google Workspace is an integrated workspace that unites all your productivity tools in one easy-to-use solution to help people, teams, and companies do their best work. Build the future of work with Google Workspace.

Google Cloud Certification

Google Cloud certifications validate your expertise and showcase your ability to transform businesses with Google Cloud technology.

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MyDIGITAL is a national initiative to successfully transform Malaysia into a digitally-driven, high-income nation and a regional leader in the digital economy. The initiative encourages industry players to become creators, users and adopters of innovative business models, harness human capital to thrive in the digital economy and nurture an integrated ecosystem that allows society to embrace digital economy.

Six strategic thrusts have been identified, namely drive digital transformation in the public sector, boost economic competitiveness through digitalisation, build enabling digital infrastructure, build agile and competent digital talent, create an inclusive digital society, build trusted, secure and ethical digital environment. 

Migration to the cloud is an essential step in digital transformation. The Malaysian government has long acknowledged the importance of Cloud computing services as a key component of manifesting Malaysia’s digital aspirations. A successful cloud transformation involves the transformation of enterprise culture, talent upskilling, investment frameworks, and technical competencies.

The government has announced its ambition for Malaysia to be the ‘Heart of Digital Asean’ and for digital to contribute RM500 billion or 20% of the country’s GDP by 2025. 

 "Jendela" initiative will ensure that Malaysia is seen as a ‘cloud-first’ nation, not only from an infrastructure perspective but also in terms of associated policies, standards and best-in-class talent pool.

To strengthen public sector Cloud infrastructure, the government plan to migrate 80% of public data to hybrid cloud systems by the end of 2022 with its Cloud-First strategy.

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