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PH gov’t too focused on traditional infra over ICT investments: expert

The Philippines has to give equal importance in enhancing its digital infrastructure to make its citizens more competitive in the digital age, according to a leading European management consultant.

Globe says its int’l broadband capacity is more than 16 Tbps

Globe Telecom issued a statement on Friday, December 15, disputing the assertion by the government that the combined capacity of the country?s telcos is only at 2 Tbps.

Pinoy students capture 22 medals in Malaysia math contest

Young Filipino math wizards won 28 awards including 22 medals in the 4th Challenge for Future Mathematicians (CFM) contest held from Dec. 8 to 12 in Sungai Petani, Kedah, Malaysia.

Office space market sees growth in 2018 on back of BPO resurgence

Metro Manila office take-up rate is forecast in 2017 to register at an all-time high of 750,000. As of end-November, take-up was at 728,305 square meters.

DOST says ?fake news? led Cory to ditch BNPP in 1986

Dr. Carlo A. Arcilla, a geologist and now director of PNRI, said advisers fed Pres. Aquino with the wrong information that there was a nearby ?volcano? and an ?earthquake fault? underneath the BNPP.

US firm says PH is biggest, most mature remittance market globally

Remitly said no other country in the world is more familiar ? or more dependent -- with money remittance services than the Philippines.

Films on Pinoy community scientists sweep ‘indie’ filmmaking contest

Indie-Siyensya aims to develop a science culture to the youth using film as a medium.

PLDT joins forces with Cignal TV to deliver IPTV to enterprises

The offering is particularly strategic for hotels, resorts, and hospitals with multiple rooms offering individual entertainment, as well as restaurants, bars, retail stores, schools, public terminals.

PH extends ‘extraterritorial reach’ with APEC pact on privacy enforcement

The Philippines, through the National Privacy Commission (NPC), has joined the APEC Cross Border Privacy Enforcement Arrangement (CPEA), an enforcement network developed for the Cross-Border Privacy Rules (CBPR).

‘National database system’ pushed to streamline delivery of gov’t services

Senate Bill No. 1267, otherwise known as the National Database System Act, would establish a National Database Authority (NDA) under the supervision of Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT).
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