Category Archives: Technology

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Consumers compromise personal security by sharing their Passwords

Nearly half (44%) of Internet users admit having shared their passwords with somebody or left them visible for people to see, according to the findings of Kaspersky Lab’s recent consumer surveys*, one of which has 1,394 respondents from the Philippines.

Philippines is one of only 2 countries in the world that have unused 700 MHz frequency

The Philippines has yet again made a record for itself, this time belonging to a list of countries in the world that has not used its 700 MHz spectrum frequency. And this time the list is very short, only 2 countries in fact made it to this list – Philippines and Thailand – both in the ASEAN region. If this new technology was opened up globally to reduce the cost of broadband in many countries, the question many people are asking is, why have we not used this asset for the benefit of Filipino consumers and netizens?

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Globe Telecom brings cloud technology to PH service industry

Elevates Shakey’s operations with Microsoft Office 365 licenses for an integrated collaboration platform
Globe Telecom information and communication technology (ICT) arm Globe Business, through its IT Enabled Services Group, continues to be the leading ICT enabler of enterprises in the country with its new partnership with globally-renowned pizza restaurant chain Shakey’s. Globe Business is boosting Shakey’s operations with its cloud-based solution offering Microsoft Office 365.

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Mobile banking threats among the top 10 malicious financial programs for the first time

The Kaspersky Security Bulletin Overall Statistics Report for 2015 highlights a new trend: for the first time ever, mobile financial threats rank among the top ten malicious programs designed to steal money.

Globe Telecom’s proposed Open Access Law

The Congressional Policy and Budget Research Department (CPBRD) of the House of Representatives may include in its priority list in the next Congress the proposed Open Access Law of Globe Telecom for the telecommunications industry.

Globe kicks-off exciting festival season in PH

It’s the season of the most colorful festivals in the Philippines, and tourists have started travelling from one province to another to witness the unique activities every destination showcases. As one of the most sought after festivals in the country, the Sinulog Festival in the queen city of the south, Cebu, has already garnered local and international attention with its unforgettable parades that highlight the Cebuano heritage and way of life.

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Kaspersky Lab: in 2015, the word ‘cyber-security’ entered popular culture

Perhaps for the first time in history, issues relating to the security of the Internet and the protection of internal networks were discussed by and relevant to every sector of the economy as well as everyday life: from finance, manufacturing/industrial, automotive and aircraft to wearable devices, healthcare, dating services and more.

Globe Telecom urges gov’t to prioritize internet infrastructure

Globe Telecom urges the government to prioritize internet infrastructure to enable businesses to build on their capabilities and support domestic economic growth amid robust digitization of various industries.

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Globe boosts growth of PH outbound travels

Globe Telecom is looking to support the growing number of Filipinos travelling abroad either for business or leisure purposes with its partnership with the Philippine Travel Agencies Association (PTAA) for the 23rd Travel Tour Expo, with Globe as official telecom partner. Globe will be showcasing its flagship data roaming service Roam Surf which offers full 24 hours of unlimited data roaming service that enables worry-free internet connectivity from over 80 countries around the world for its postpaid and prepaid customers.

Globe welcomes arrival of Netflix in PH

Globe Telecom is gearing up for the arrival of Internet television network Netflix in the Philippines with its roster of home broadband plans which come with free access to Chromecast, allowing customers to enjoy Netflix from any mobile device to a bigger screen.