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One-In-Five Could Be Signing Away Their Privacy When They Install A New App, Kaspersky Lab’s Quiz Shows

Kaspersky Lab has discovered that consumers are installing apps on their devices, without being aware of the potential consequences. A shocking 63% of consumers neglect to read the license agreement carefully before installing a new app on their phone and one-in-five (20%) never read messages when installing apps; they simply go through the motions of clicking ‘next’ and ‘agree’, without understanding what they could be signing up to.

TE SubCom to Perform Third Network Upgrade to South-East Asia Japan Cable System

Eatontown, N.J., USA – March 30, 2016 – TE SubCom, a TE Connectivity Ltd. company and an industry pioneer in undersea communications technology, announced today that it has signed a contract to perform its third network upgrade to the South-East Asia Japan Cable (SJC) System. Utilizing TE SubCom’s latest 100 Gb/s coherent transmission technology (C100U+), this third upgrade increases the capacity by 6.3 Tb/s.

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Globe Business takes over industry-based ICT solutions

Worldwide spending of enterprises on information and communications technology (ICT)-based business software and applications grew 7.5 percent to reach $149.9 billion in 2015, with a projected increase to more than $201 billion in 2019, according to the latest forecast from Gartner, Inc. Analysts, a leading information technology research and advisory company. In addition, investing heavily on digital transformation will yield growth in terms of revenue and operational efficiency as well minimizing risks and threats.

Globe rolls out investments for PH to become a digital nation

Five years after its successful network modernization program that saw mobile data exploding in the Philippines, Globe Telecom embarks on another nationwide infrastructure program that would enhance the country’s Internet experience within homes and across businesses.

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Globe announces highly-successful pilot run of Digital Thumbprint Program

Leading telecommunications company Globe Telecom announces the highly-successful pilot run of the Digital Thumbprint Program (DTP), the award-winning brainchild of Optus and Singtel first deployed in Australia. It was designed to increase high school students’ knowledge of digital citizenship and cyber safety by taking a critical look at their online behavior and helping them develop insights into the influences of the online world and the choices they are making.