"Today's milestone is in line with UKM's educational goal - to produce quality graduates with a strong penchant for innovation," said UKM vice-chancellor, YB Professor Tan Sri Dato' Wira Dr. Sharifah Hapsah Syed Hassan Shahbudin. "With Yes, I believe students will have the competitive edge to drive innovation in their learning environment and go above and beyond their potential. The performance and advanced convergence capabilities of Yes will enable students and faculty staff full access to our enterprise, learning and research services from anywhere. This ensures that UKM remain competitive as well as solidify its position as one of the leading research universities in Malaysia."
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