November 24, 2017, 1:30 pm
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Innovation, automation changing the way HR works

THE recent ‘State of HR in the Philippines’ report published by Sprout Solutions ranked the major pain points Filipino HR (human resource) practitioners face. Garnering the most votes from a thousand participants are recruitment (56.90 percent), timekeeping (40.30 percent), and payroll (38.90 percent). These identified pain points, which can be really tedious and time-consuming, are actual problems for companies operating in the Philippines regardless of its size.

Home Credit now offers F5 at zero percent interest

SELFIES have taken a new turn with Oppo F5 ‘s groundbreaking technology.  Officially unveiled only last October 26, 2017, the F5 has not only exceeded sales targets, selling out three days after introduction, it has also shifted the balance of smartphone camera power with its advanced image sensor and powerful beautification software. 

LG celebrates World Television Day with new OLED TV

YESTERDAY, November 21 was the 21st World Television Day. Worldwide celebrations were made not just because of the invention of the device, not so much about the tool of image transmission that it has become but more because of the powerful philosophy behind it—the ceaseless, almost overwhelming communication and globalization that is has caused in the contemporary world. 

Six Pinoy youths win in Asean data science contest

FOLLOWING the completion of the ASEAN Data Science Explorers Philippines National Finals, six local students were awarded the top three awards for their insights and ideas on driving a sustainable future for ASEAN. The six students, who represented three teams comprising two students each, were among the top 10 teams who were selected to pitch their ideas in the national finals, held at SAP Philippines office in Taguig City.

Dalumpines leads newly elected APO board

APO Production Unit Inc. announced recently that it now has a fully functional Board of Trustees after more than a year without one. The printing company is a government owned and controlled corporation (GOCC) under the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO)

FedEx and Safe Kids lead 2017 International Walk to School month

FedEx Express (FedEx), a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) and the world’s largest express transportation company, celebrated International Walk to School Month (IWTSM) with Safe Kids Philippines at Timoteo Paez Elementary School in Pasay.

Infor leader in 2017 Magic Quadrant Award

INFOR, a leading provider of beautiful business applications specialized by industry and built for the cloud, today announced that the company was recognized as a Leader in the Gartner 2017 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Asset Management Software for Infor EAM.

DELL EMC ON DX: Companies crave for a successful digital shift

FORTY percent of today’s Fortune 500 companies will cease to exist in about 10 years if they fail to digitalize fast enough. This according to a study conducted by the John M. Olin School of Business at Washington University which found out how many top companies have yet to fully transform digitally. The impact of the digital transformation (DX), and the ability of businesses to adapt to it determines survival.

#BitB HIV awareness game launched by DOST

THE stigma associated with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is so severe that it is generally not talked about in public and even among those already affected with it. This situation creates barries to HIV awareness, testing and cure.

DAVID HOLMES ON THINGBOTS: The attacker infrastructure of the future

CYBERSPACE has attack surface that evolves as technology evolves. 


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Column of the Day

Climate Change Consciousness Week

By DAHLI ASPILLERA | November 24,2017
‘Sen. Legarda stresses urgency for the Philippines to be climate-smart.’

Opinion of the Day

I had a dream

By JOSE BAYANI BAYLON | November 24, 2017
‘If this were not a dream, what would have been the Secretary’s take from it all?’