IDC's annual Futurescapes provides a glimpse into the future of ICT landscape in the Philippines by looking at the trends that have been prevailing in recent years. This year, it talks about local digital transformation and the possible impacts of the current political climate on the BPO industry.
ePLDT, Inc. inaugurated today its ninth VITRO Data Center in Clark, Pampanga to address the growing demands and requirements of enterprises for digital business solutions in Central Luzon.
In this interview, Martha Sazon, Senior Vice President for Broadband Business, reveals Globe Telecom's commitment to bring a First World kind of living to Filipino families by providing high-speed Internet backed by a growing infrastructure and maximized through empowering consumer offerings.
Building momentum toward the highly anticipated championship matches of UAAP, PLDT Home recently presented the UAAP Women's Volleyball Season 79 along with the brand's newest ambassadors comprised of the season's promising volleybelles.
A huge gathering of partners, resellers, and clients from various industries, the Epson Solutions and Technology Convention 2017 showcased a wide variety of solutions that can be used separately or as a holistic set to help organizations turn departmental challenges into opportunities.
Another year has come and gone, and Smart wonders about what is forthcoming to citizens of a highly connected and digitized world.
Autonomous cars aside, NVIDIA is also extending AI to homes with the introduction of the updated SHIELD which, apart from being a media streamer, is poised to become an AI hub for future smart homes. NVIDIA is also tapping millions of non-GeForce GTX gamers with GeForce NOW through cloud.
Earlier today, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has posted a video of him and his family living with the newest member of the household, an artificial intelligence system that Zuckerberg is calling Jarvis.
Before the year 2016 concludes, Smart Communications revealed that its mobile data revenue reached PhP 12.5-billion in the first nine months, translating to a 45% year-on-year growth, driven by the company's attractive bundles, affordable data packages, and partnerships with content providers.
For Oracle Philippines' part, the company's growing demand for products and services is one factor to the over-all progression of Oracle.