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Microsoft Philippines and Asian Development Bank hold DigiGirlz Philippines

Empowering IT Girls in bridging the gender gap in the tech industry Manila, PHILIPPINES, 24 August 2016, Microsoft Philippines, in a joint partnership with Asian Development Bank (ADB), launched the first-ever “DigiGirlz 2016 Philippines,” one of Microsoft’s flagship programs that encourages and provides opportunities for young girls to take up STEM-related course … Read more »

SMBs in Asia embrace modernization to stay ahead in the New World of Work

Cian O’Neill, Chief Operating Officer, Microsoft Philippines, shares the journey of a local shipping company as they reinvent productivity in their workplaces to better empower their employees & stay ahead of competition. Small medium businesses (SMBs) form the backbone of Asia Pacific’s economy. According to the Asian Development Bank, from … Read more »

Microsoft YouthSpark program creates computer science training opportunities for blind and low vision Filipino youth

Partnership with local NGO will provide greater access to technology and technical training for a better future among young people with visual impairment. MANILA, PHILIPPINES, August 17, 2016 – Microsoft today announced a partnership with local non-governmental organization (NGO) ATRIEV (Adaptive Technology for Rehabilitation, Integration and Empowerment of the Visually … Read more »

Make Dad’s Day: Top 5 #DevicesforDad

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Over the years, our dads have dusted us off when we’ve fallen down, taught us about life, and told us the best of the worst “dad jokes”. This Father’s Day, be sure to thank the father figure in your life for all the times he’s been there for you by … Read more »

Microsoft embraces new world of work with Skype for Business in partnership with Polycom

Microsoft Philippines and Polycom solidify their partnership in delivering a more powerful unified communications experience. In photo from L-R: Pia de Jesus, Microsoft Philippines Communications Manager; Christian Lim, Microsoft Philippines Business Group Lead; Thep Ritrangkla, Polycom Regional Manager; Moses Lim, Polycom Technical Sales Manager; Cammie Cheng, Polycom Marketing manager; Yvette Watson, Microsoft Philippines Productivity Specialist

Microsoft Philippines and Polycom solidify their partnership in delivering a more powerful unified communications experience. In photo from L-R: Pia de Jesus, Microsoft Philippines Communications Manager; Christian Lim, Microsoft Philippines Business Group Lead; Thep Ritrangkla, Polycom Regional Manager; Moses Lim, Polycom Technical Sales Manager; Cammie Cheng, Polycom Marketing manager; Yvette … Read more »

End of Support is not End of Life

Moving beyond SQL Server 2005 is both a maintenance issue and a chance to bring new value to your business As they say – every cloud has a silver lining. And so it goes for the cloud hanging over SQL Server 2005. If you’re still running your business on it, … Read more »

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 »