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Senate panel to review cellphone load expiration

The Senate committee on public services headed by Sen. Grace Poe will scrutinize the policy of telecommunications companies imposing expiry dates on call, text, and data cards and forfeiting load credits.

Data protection: Lessons learnt from 2020 and the trends to look out for in 2021

To dispel doubts, Huawei revs up data protection efforts

Bombarded by sanctions left and right under the administration of former US president Donald Trump, telecommunications equipment giant Huawei is adamant to regain the trust of other market players by boosting its data protection initiatives.

BOC hits 2020 goal to fully automate frontline transactions

The BOC said it reached its 100-percent accomplishment rate on fully automating its frontline services by allowing the online submission of documents through its Customer Care Portal System, upgrading its electronic-to-mobile (E2M) system to computerize manual processes, and accepting online payment options like PayMaya.

BSP execs to respond to Ombudsman case on national ID system

According to the complaint filed at the Office of the Ombudsman, the BSP violated the Government Procurement Reform Act (GPRA) when it required a specific brand — OVD Kinegram AD — for the materials to be used in the cards.

Dell Technologies 5G prediction

Dell predicts rise in 5G enterprise use cases for 2021

Dell Technologies recently hosted a virtual conference called “Perspectives – 2021 and beyond” to talk about the top IT priorities of organizations, as well as the technology trends that the region can expect this year and beyond.

Solon calls for video recording of police custodial interviews

Cebu representative Eduardo Gullas has called for the video recording of police custodial interrogations of “persons of interest” and suspects, saying it is already standard practice in other countries, particularly in grave felonies.

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