Department of Finance secretary Carlos Dominguez III said digitalization of transactions and distribution of aid through banks and e-wallets were the reasons for the success of the small business wage subsidy (SBWS) program.
Author: Paulo Julian
The city government purchased a total of 110,700 units of Cherry Mobile tablets, 286,000 pieces of Globe SIM cards, 11,000 units of Avita laptops, and 11,000 pieces of pocket WiFi.
The idea is to put 10 economical and easy-to-produce technology solutions on the ground to minimize the strain on healthcare systems and help flatten the curve in poor countries.
Gig workers will likely be hit more than others by the coronavirus, the International Labor Organization (ILO) warned in a new report.
It’s unprecedented in the 2,000-year history of the Catholic Church: the faithful are turning online as the country enters the third week of Lent.
High-impact technologies — from understanding lightning and thunderstorms to the first Filipino-made nanosatellites – are expected to be launched and deployed this year, according to the DOST.
The national government is currently drafting plans for a “Data Science Institute”, according to National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) director-general Ernesto M. Pernia.
DDLS Philippines, a joint venture between EdventureCo and AIV, will provide IT certification and training on service management, data science, DevOps, robotics process automation, and cybersecurity, among others.