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Microsoft Philippines

Microsoft expands Reading Progress tool to include Filipino language

Tech giant Microsoft has recently expanded the capabilities of its Reading Progress tool to include the Filipino language, which is now available to the 27 million students and 950,000 teachers within the Department of Education’s (DepEd) nationwide system.

Post-Covid hybrid work drives rift between leaders, workers: report

Bosses and workers don’t agree with each other on hybrid work environment practices spurred by the pandemic, according to Microsoft research.

Microsoft warns against growing ransomware economy

Microsoft explained that the RaaS economy provides even malicious users with little technical expertise access to ransomware payloads, data leakage, and payment infrastructure. Cybercriminals can buy and use multiple RaaS programs such as Conti or REvil, and switch between them as needed. This market for ransomware services has created an entire industry with its own middlemen, including brokers and other specialized roles.

DepEd partners with CloudSwyft, Microsoft for pilot of virtual labs for senior high school

Virtual labs technology allows senior high schools students from public schools to access a broad range of advanced software applications using their own devices.

Globe’s top enterprise exec appointed as new Microsoft PH chief

Peter Maquera has been named the new CEO of Microsoft’s local operations. Don Rae will be his replacement at Globe Telecom.

Bon Moya, top exec of Microsoft PH and ex-CIO of DBM, dies at 52

Richard “Bon” Moya, the national technology officer of Microsoft Philippines and former chief information officer of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), has died at relatively young age of 52.

3 Pinoy startups picked for QBO-Microsoft inaugural accelerator program

The program is designed to scale and accelerate the growth of promising enterprise-focused Philippine startups.

Microsoft joins partners to bring digital skills, work opportunities in Asia Pacific

The program, an extension of Microsoft’s broader Global Skilling Initiative which aims to help people hardest hit by job losses acquire digital skills, will involve 4,000 from the Philippines.

Pinoy PWDs get hired via Microsoft’s Enabler Program

A first of its kind globally, the program provides cloud and AI training for PWDs, accessibility education for employer partners and inclusive hiring from non-profit organizations (NPOs) supporting PWDs.

SC reports 80% success rate for 170,000 videocon hearings

Court administrator Midas Marquez said 27,000 courts across the country have carried out 170,000 videocon hearings from May 4, 2020 to January 8, 2021.
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