An honest observation from IT services in the Philippines: It looks like organizations are eager to migrate most of its SharePoint workloads to cloud services.
Google is doing their best to improve the web experience on the phone. When you’re using your smart phone, clicking that link on Facebook to a news story or opening the browser to check for film schedules used to be a cringe-inducing experience.
Great news if you have started investing on Google apps on your iPhone! Now you can transfer to Android in a couple of hours and spend the night doing the things you enjoy the most. If not, then prepare to waste some time in migrating.
As the first half of 2017 closes, Nokia will introduce three new Android-powered smartphones to the Philippine market, together with the revamped incarnation of the legendary Nokia 3310.
Unlike non-BPO jobs in the corporate world, IT support in the Philippines jobs are kind of easy to obtain. This is so even though salaries may not fall under the level of other CS positions and jobs are mostly entry-level.
Because millennials are a smartphone-centric generation, digital marketers and professional IT services are trying to get the attention and this tech savvy kids via mobile apps.
The augmented-reality startup Meta is coming up with a solution for all of that in progress right now. So be ready for a clutter-less desktop in the future.
New research from IT services in the Philippines reveals that we, Filipinos, spend the most time online as compared to our Southeast Asian neighbors. The research also finds that we are the most tolerant when it comes to slow Internet speed.
So you’ve finally decided to make it big by starting your own company. However, like most new businesses, you probably won’t be venturing into uncharted territories.
We’ve seen how social media evolved in the last decade. How it thrived in multifaceted online communities where over 3 billion people around the globe are active daily. Cybercriminals have exploited this trend to prey on gullible online users.
To be honest, it’s very challenging to choose between the two IT powerhouse companies. However, the decision falls on what services you need and what type of business you’re involved with.