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Category: techSource: thestandard thestandardNov 19th, 2017

‘Improve quality and productivity,’ NegOcc retailers urged

THE Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Negros Occidental is urging retailers to improve their productivity as well as the quality of their products and services to boost profit generation capac.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJul 27th, 2016

Firms urged to toughen cybersecurity measures

The threat of cyberattacks is one of the biggest challenges facing the Philippine financial system nowadays with the growing number of aggressive and malicious hackers targeting those in banking, financial services and insurance (BFSIs), according to industry experts.   And with rising concerns about security breaches in the biggest banking institutions locally, banks have been advised to allocate resources to boost its cybersecurity infrastructure and ensure the security of its clients transactions.   "Cyberattacks are getting more and more sophisticated every day. The usual practice is to provide and implement reactive actions by depending on the technologies," eP...Keep on reading: Firms urged to toughen cybersecurity measures.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 16th, 2018

TUCP petitions for P320 basic pay increase in Metro Manila

One of the country's largest labor centers on Thursday demanded a P320 across-the-board increase in the daily minimum wage for all private sector workers in Metro Manila.   The Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) said the current basic pay of P512 was not enough for a Metro Manila household with at least five members to live decently.   If approved, the petition that the TUCP filed in the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board would bring the minimum wage in the National Capital Region to P832.   This will "help restore the purchasing power of their wages, to cover the further increases in prices of basic goods and services, and to co...Keep on reading: TUCP petitions for P320 basic pay increase in Metro Manila.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 15th, 2018

How Entrepreneurs Make Use of Technology to Boost Cashflow

A business (also known as an enterprise, a company or a firm) is an organizational entity involved in the provision of goods and services to consumers.Businesses serve as a form of economic activity, and are prevalent in capitalist economies, where most of them are privately owned and provide goods and services allocated through a market […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsJun 8th, 2018

Davide: P3.2-M Ads Aim to Boost Publicity of Capitol Programs, Accomplishments

To boost the publicity of its programs and accomplishments, the Cebu Provincial Government announced its plan to hire an advertising agency that would take charge in placing advertisements in print and broadcast companies. Since placing an advertisement would require payment first before airtime, particularly in broadcast stations, the winning agency would be the one to […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsJun 7th, 2018

Smart Launches Facility for Dev’t of 5G Services

Mobile service provider Smart Communications has launched a facility for research, development and testing of 5G or fifth generation wireless technologies that it says will boost their delivery of Internet services to subscribers. Smart’s 5G Technolab will enable subscribers to experience faster mobile broadband services and to enable Internet of Things (IOT) applications, which use […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsJun 7th, 2018

New Globe sites to boost LTE coverage

AYALA-LED Globe Telecom has expanded its LTE (long-term evolution) coverage across the country with 934 new sites deployed in the first quarter. In a statement late on Thursday, the telco said that assigned spectrum assets were being used to improve internet services, noting that the 700 megahertz, 2600 Mhz, and 1800 MHz frequencies were tapped to [...] The post New Globe sites to boost LTE coverage appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimesRelated NewsMay 25th, 2018

NPC to launch campaign against careless use of online services

MANILA, Philippines – The National Privacy Commission (NPC) announced it will launch a campaign to increase people's knowledge on how they might be placing their information at risk through online services.  Dubbed "PSST!" or Privacy, Safety, Security and Trust online, the yearlong advocacy campaign is meant to "boost the general public’s awareness ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 23rd, 2018

Sotto vows independent, inclusive Senate

Senate President Vicente Sotto III assured the public yesterday that he would not hesitate to criticize Malacañang on policies that he views as adverse to the people even as he pledged the chamber’s support for initiatives that would boost growth and social services......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMay 22nd, 2018

Smokey Robinson woos Congress for music law reform

Singers, songwriters and engineers whose lifelong devotion to music has not always been adequately rewarded got a boost Tuesday when Motown icon Smokey Robinson pressed their case to Congress for greater copyright protection. The United States Senate is mulling a sweeping overhaul of music copyright law that would reform the way songwriters and musicians get compensated for their work in the digital age, as streaming services have supplanted traditional ways of buying and listening to music. The Music Modernization Act (MMA) unanimously passed the House of Representatives last month, giving it momentum, and rare consensus in bitterly divided Washington, as it heads to the Senat...Keep on reading: Smokey Robinson woos Congress for music law reform.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 16th, 2018

Infrastructure projects to gain from National ID System

The savings from a more efficient delivery of public services with the implementation of a national identification system would help boost funding for vital government projects and programs, according to Philippine Statistics Authority head Lisa Bersales......»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated NewsMay 7th, 2018

Maynilad allots P743M for pumping stations

MAYNILAD WATER Services, Inc. has set aside P743 million in 2018 to fund the construction of new pumping stations and reservoirs that will boost water pressure for thousands of its customers while connecting a million more to the west concessionaire’s network. “We in Maynilad have made it our mission to improve the living conditions of […] The post Maynilad allots P743M for pumping stations appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMay 6th, 2018

MCWM expects to complete landfill expansion in June

METRO CLARK Waste Management Corp. (MCWM) is set to complete its biggest landfill expansion by next month, following a boost in waste collection the past five years. Holger Holst, MCWM director for technical services, said the P120-million, five-hectare expansion that began in January will be finished in four weeks, before the rainy season starts. “We […] The post MCWM expects to complete landfill expansion in June appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2018

LOOK: DFA says passport on wheels processed 70,500 passports

      The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)on Thursdaytrumpeted the productivity of its Passport on Wheels (POW) program.   In a series of infographics sent to the media, DFA said 70,473 passports were approved out of 85,549 pre-verified application from January 15 to April 30 this year.   POW conducted missions to 63 locations in and out of Metro Manila.   The program, which features vans equipped with machines and gadgets that can process passports, was introduced to boost the processing capacities of DFA amid the increasing volume of passport applications. At present, the DFA has four vans that can process 500 passp...Keep on reading: LOOK: DFA says passport on wheels processed 70,500 passports.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2018

Beijing commits P227 million to fund hybrid rice center

China has committed to extend a 27.52 million renminbi (P226.93 million) in grant to fund the modernization of a hybrid rice center in the country to boost palay productivity, the Department of Finance said yesterday......»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated NewsApr 14th, 2018

DOC VOLLEYBALL: FIVE FOR (FINAL FOUR) FIGHTING

A couple more games in and the elimination round will soon come to a close. Even up to this point, the women’s volleyball tournament of UAAP Season 80 continues to prove to be the most unpredictable year in recent UAAP history. While the top two seeds, the DLSU Lady Spikers and the Ateneo Lady Eagles have already secured spots in the Final Four, it’s still an on-going Battle Royale for the remaining two spots among teams gunning for a chance at either redemption or ascendancy.  With the FEU Lady Tamaraws, NU Lady Bulldogs, Adamson Lady Falcons, UP Lady Maroons, and the UST Golden Tigresses still slugging it out to prove their worth, the last few games of the eliminations couldn’t be more exciting and interesting at the same time. FEU Lady Tamaraws (7 – 4) Numerically speaking, the Lady Tamaraws have the best chances of booking the 3rd spot based on their team’s performance in the different skill departments. Despite being 7th overall in spiking, the Lady Tamaraws have shown consistency in the more crucial departments such as serve (2nd), receive (4th), and setting (3rd). At a relatively more comfortable standing of 7 – 4, FEU just needs one win to seal their Final Four spot or 2 to guarantee at least a 3rd rank finish. In their upcoming game against their 1st round tormentors, the Adamson Lady Falcons, the Lady Tamaraws’ services would definitely be challenged by the resurgent passing and commendable first point conversion of the Lady Falcons. Likewise, FEU would be expected to capitalize on the relatively less aggressive serving of Adamson to run their bread and butter combination plays. A revenge win against Adamson, avoiding an upset against a confident UE Lady Warriors squad and a repeat over skidding NU will enable the Lady Tamaraws to bag the best possible ranking at the end of eliminations. NU Lady Bulldogs (6 – 6) Despite the downward spiral that the Lady Bulldogs have found themselves in this second round, their stellar performance during the first round could still be enough of a cushion for them to keep their Final Four dreams alive. In their recent matchup with the Lady Maroons, Queen Bulldog Jaja Santiago was being maximized with her relatively more unstoppable attack from the right wing and back row. At times that the team was able to go for a high enough dig or pass, despite the location quality, a safety set to Santiago proved to be much needed relief. However, despite this dominance by Santiago, the team still sorely lacks output from the left wing as a much needed support. Had the left wing been more successful in attempt-to-point ratio, the match would have had a different tone. But moving forward, now that the team has had some positional adjustments that ensures libero Gayle Valdez’s stint is fully utilized, a few adjustments in passing formation is needed to ensure that Valdez has the best coverage. With the current struggles in their floor defense, the Lady Bulldogs will benefit more with slowing the rally down will high first balls regardless if on a perfect location just so setter Jasmine Nabor can better shoot to the wings. Adamson Lady Falcons (5 – 6) With a recent commanding win against the NU Lady Bulldogs and an almost statement win versus the Ateneo Lady Eagles, the Adamson Lady Falcons have found a much needed momentum boost amidst a slow second round start. In recent games, the Lady Falcons have seen a resurgence in their receiving prowess which has enabled them to beat powerhouses like DLSU and FEU in the first round. In their recent outings, the Lady Falcons have shown that they have superior side-out game as they have relatively higher first point conversion coming from a serve but have had some struggles in earning points off the transition. In addition, perhaps the most significant limiting factor for Adamson is their serving, which is notably the least aggressive in the league. Though successful in their first encounters against DLSU and FEU, the Lady Falcons’ upcoming rematch against these two teams would be their toughest challenge yet as they would heavily rely in their steady passing against the top two serving teams. To increase their chances of a first round repeat against these two teams, serving adjustments should also be made to ensure that they can limit the DLSU’s Majoy Baron from the middle as well as FEU setter Kyle Negrito from setting up their combination plays. UST Golden Tigresses (4 – 8) Despite a rough and disheartening initial run in this season, the UST Golden Tigresses have started to show what they are seriously capable of achieving. Albeit a too little too late with their current resurgence, a fully intact team is not to be discredited yet. Although much like the UP Lady Maroons in that their fate relies on the succeeding outcome for both NU and Adamson, UST still has a slightly better chance given that they can ensure a win against the Lady Falcons. Able to stretch out the Lady Eagles into a five-set thriller recently is much of a testament that UST is indeed final four material given a fully functioning roster. Much like how Adamson capitalized on Ateneo’s passing, UST proved to be one of the leagues better serving team, but also felt quite short when it came to transition play compared to the Lady Eagles. In line with that, the Golden Tigresses will also have to rely on their serving for their match against the Lady Spikers to ensure easier transition when the middle is eliminated from the attack. Interestingly enough, UST’s situation is mirrored by the Adamson Lady Falcons and their fate relies on each other as both teams are yet to face off against top seed DLSU and are set to face each other for their last elimination match. UP Lady Maroons (4 – 8) Despite a rough start early on in the league that casted some doubts on the inclusion of new coach Godfrey Okumu, the Lady Maroons have slowly found their groove as well as their identity. Though the hopes of a Final Four finish are not as feasible as their fate relies on the further performance of both NU and Adamson, the Lady Maroons are in a good position to prepare for the next season. With all the rotational adjustments Okumu has utilized throughout the season, the current setup is perhaps their best bet to build on. Perhaps the main challenge UP has faced the entire season is that with the short stint under a new coach, the tournament has been more of an unlearning process first before Okumu’s new system, a more scientific one as he claims, is infused. For their upcoming match against the Lady Eagles, the Lady Maroons will find much benefit in aggressive serving to take opportunity of the less threatening passing proficiency of their opponent but at the same time, the challenge is ensuring they convert every possession since the Ateneo has shown much skill in winning the point the longer the transition rally progresses. Final Four Probabilities As with the standings in UAAP History, the elusive 7th win is always the magic number to strive for to get an assurance of a Final Four spot. At this point, FEU is almost guaranteed of that spot given that they just win another game. Should NU finally get out of their slump and manage their first win in the second round, they can guarantee an extension in their stint which would be enough time to at least familiarize their new rotation. Adamson undeniably has the best chances based on numbers as they still have 3 more games but these last elimination games will be relatively challenging as they will have to perform a repeat of their first round win against the top seeded teams FEU and DLSU. Finally, both UP and UST should ensure a win for their last 2 games and hope for upsets against NU and Adamson to at least be within striking distance for the last Final Four spot.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 5th, 2018

Thyssenkrupp AG pegs growth hopes on PHL infrastructure program

INDUSTRIAL engineering firm Thyssenkrupp AG targets to book around $50 million to $100 million in revenues from its Philippine operations this year, banking on the government’s infrastructure program to boost the demand for the company’s services. The German firm recently said it looks to serve local firms expanding cement plants and power capacity to support […] The post Thyssenkrupp AG pegs growth hopes on PHL infrastructure program appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsApr 1st, 2018

Tagum City organizes boat owners for livelihood, marine protection plans 

THE TAGUM CITY government is giving a boost to its coastal communities by organizing boat owners for systematic monitoring and implementation of livelihood programs. The program started with the recent registration of all local seacraft, both motorized and non-motorized (locally known as banca de bugsay) and identifying those used for passenger services, fishing, and other […] The post Tagum City organizes boat owners for livelihood, marine protection plans  appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMar 26th, 2018

IPC Shares Game Changing Nature of Productivity Apps to Kick off 'DiscoverDigital Seminar Series

Local cloud services pioneer IPC (IP Converge Data Services, Inc.) opened its digital transformation seminar series this year with an insightful discourse on how productivity applications are changing the workplace for the better. Dubbed as ‘Business over Beers,’ the first of IPC’s #DiscoverDigital series for 2018 was recently held at ASPACE Greenbelt, Makati. The event […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsMar 20th, 2018

LBC Express snaps up 4 US-based cargo, remittance firms

LBC EXPRESS Holdings, Inc. acquired United States-based cargo and remittance companies from its affiliate for $8.5 million to boost revenues from international markets. The logistics and money services firm, in a disclosure to the stock exchange on Thursday, said its board of directors approved the purchase of LBC Mundial Corp., LBC Mabuhay Saipan, Inc., LBC […] The post LBC Express snaps up 4 US-based cargo, remittance firms appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMar 8th, 2018