As a result, cybersecurity now tops corporate priorities, with 93% of organizations in the Philippines saying that cybersecurity is extremely important or more important than before the pandemic.
California-based Pulse Secure in partnership with Filipino IT firm Radenta Technologies recently introduced Pulse Zero Trust Access (PZTA) to answer the growing need to provide a secure environment for a flexible workplace.
Instead of returning to business as usual, workers worldwide are now shaping a future of business on their terms, whether that’s spending more time with loved ones (47%), saving money (41%), or working remotely (32%).
A majority of them (62%) also disclosed their unease towards the increasing amount of meetings taking place online.
Contrary to popular assumption that working and studying from home might brought relief to Filipinos, an online survey during the pandemic showed otherwise.
The DICT announced on Tuesday, July 7, the activation of a microsite under the Gov.PH domain (wfh.gov.ph) to provide government employees a host of remote work tools, tips, and other learning materials for their telecommuting needs.
The National Privacy Commission issued on Friday, June 5, an updated guideline as a response to the concerns raised by stakeholders on returning-to-work and current work-from-home arrangements.
The website’s #TogetherAhead initiative will focus on highlighting home-based and freelance employment opportunities, which are now posted on its dedicated Covid-19 Jobs and Resources Hub.