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Microsoft on Cyberattacks: Who are the bad guys?

Data is the new currency. Thousands of multinational companies generate revenue from the simple information you provide them through surveys or application forms. Your email address is worth more or less a single cent in USD and the basic information on your credit card plays between $20 to $50. Ever … Read more »

10 Women Behind Key Technology Breakthroughs

It is not an uncommon sight in many technology companies across Asia Pacific – females are largely outnumbered by the proportion of men, though this of course is a general observation. This is not helped by the fact that according to the Asian Development Bank[1], women in the region are … Read more »

SMB Owners Need to Take Heed of Productivity Gaps

Over the past decade, globalization, shifting demographics and technological advancements have accelerated the rate of how work has changed.

Related: Hack your way to the new world of work! Over the past decade, globalization, shifting demographics and technological advancements have accelerated the rate of how work has changed. Economies have shifted from labour-based to knowledge-based or even service-based. Coupled with the proliferation of technology, modern workers are now able … Read more »

Former OFW turns entrepreneur and champion for OFW advocacy

At first glance, Myrna Padilla, with her easygoing attitude and bright personality, wouldn’t strike you as a person who has been through a lot of hardships. Myrna exudes an aura of brilliance and learnedness only years of experience and wisdom can bring. Myrna Padilla is the founder of MYND Consulting, … Read more »

10 things you didn’t know about coding

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Every young person should have the opportunity to learn computer science, giving them the power to create with technology. The goal of computer science education is not, necessarily, for everyone to become a computer scientist or a software engineer. Learning this foundational subject matter allows them to develop the computational-thinking … Read more »

Memo to 2016 hopefuls: Filipinos deserve faster, stable Internet

‘The benefits of faster and reliable Internet access are immense and obvious, yet politicians and the government have done very little about it’ Written by Eduardo Araral and Lourdes Montenegroi Professor Araral at the launch of the ICT Manifesto to public and private stakeholders This coming election, politicians will again … Read more »