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PH is site of Fujitsu’s first ‘Digital Innovation Hub’ in SE Asia

As part of the company's plans to expand its co-creating program across Asia Pacific, Fujitsu Philippines is the first location in Southeast Asia to launch a Digital Innovation Hub to run co-design workshops and cater to the growing number of business innovators in the region.

UN labor agency stresses importance of digital centers in PH

The International Labor Organization (ILO) has underscored the importance of the Digital Transformation Center (DTC), which will enhance digitalization and provide access to training and technology for enterprises and stakeholders in Pampanga.

Private Sector Advisory Council outlines digital transformation plan for gov’t

The Private Sector Advisory Council (PSAC) has presented a strategic proposal to Pres. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. that aims to significantly enhance Internet connectivity and create one million digital jobs.

Google vows to help PH in cybersecurity, digital dev’t

At the trilateral summit with the United States, Japan, and the Philippines in Washington DC, tech giant Google reiterated its commitment to supporting the digital development of the country through a number of ways including digital skilling and infrastructure, AI, and playing a key role in the implementation of the National Cybersecurity Plan.

Raids on Tarlac-based POGO yield stash of SIM cards

Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian has urged the NTC to rigorously enforce provisions of the SIM registration law following the retrieval of a substantial number of SIM cards during a series of search warrant implementations against a Tarlac-based Philippine Offshore Gaming Operator (POGO), now termed as Internet Gaming Licensee (IGL).

IBM calls on Asean markets to push responsible GenAI use to drive rapid adoption

Technology giant IBM warned that the widespread adoption of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) may be limited by distrust and the developing complexity of the regulatory landscape.

PH Internet access still inadequate even after 30 years of connectivity — Gatchalian

As the country commemorates March 29, 1994 as the day the Philippines was first connected to the Internet, Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian said that Internet access in the country remains inadequate, potentially hampering economic development if left unaddressed.

UnionBank online system still down 2 days after Citibank migration

Just as before the whole country goes into a long holiday break in observance of Lent, the online system of Union Bank of the Philippines was still down two days after the supposed end of migration of its Citi-branded accounts.

IPOPHL reports IP filings went up by 2.5% in 2023

Overall intellectual property (IP) filings in 2023 at the IP Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) rose by 2.5% year-on-year, driven by increased awareness of IP and more innovations churning out of colleges and universities.

BSP, SEC warn public against firm offering ‘cloud mining machines’

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) asked the public to be discerning of the claim of a company called SK Pools Mining Corporation that its “products, services, and assets are licensed, authorized, guaranteed, verified, certified, or confirmed by the BSP.”

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