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IBM Pushes for Smarter Industries in the Philippines

IBM strengthened its push for smarter industries by organizing an Industry Symposium for local clients and business partners recently at the Shangri-La Makati Hotel. The one day event showcased IBM’s ability to integrate powerful industry solutions that assemble the best of hardware, software and consulting services into one package. More

IBM Ranked #1 in IT Services Market Share in ASEAN

Quezon City, September 27, 2011:  IT analyst firm International Data Corporation (IDC) has ranked IBM number one in ASEAN market share as measured by revenue in its report, "IDC Asia/Pacific Semiannual IT Services Tracker 2H 2010, April 2011." According to the IDC report, IBM's 2010 ASEAN services* revenue was 31 percent

Globe launches most affordable Android phone

With the steady rise of smartphone penetration in the Philippines, Globe Telecom brings the most affordable Android phone to the country, giving lower income mobile phone users access to the mobile web and other related technologies. Introducing the CloudFone Ice, another revolutionary Android handset that’s easy on the pocket, enabling a

President Aquino Discusses Commitment to Technology Innovation as Driver of Economic Development at the IBM Think Forum

New York, 21 September 2011 – Philippine President Benigno Simeon ‘Noynoy’ Aquino III today discussed his nation’s commitment to supporting and improving economic development and business growth through technology innovation during executive meetings with IBM today in New York City.  The meetings were held as part of the technology company’s THINK: A Forum on the

IBM Ranked Number #1 in Application Management Services Market Share

Quezon City, 21 September 2011: IT analyst firm International Data Corporation (IDC) has ranked IBM number one in Application Management Services market share, as measured by revenue, in its report, "Worldwide and U.S. Application Management Services 2010 Vendor Shares: IDC's Top 10 Vendors.” According to the IDC report, IBM swept the three

Twitter in Filipino language

Twitter launched itself in Filipino Language. You heard it right! Twitter already supports Asian languages like Japanese, Korean, Indonesia. But now,  Twitter is also on Filipino Language or Tagalog version.   Since Twitter works successfully in Philippines, the online social networking site includes Filipino to the list of supported languages. So better change

Instant access to web through M.Globe

Globe Telecom recently launched m.globe, an all-in-one mobile portal that allows users to enjoy the best of mobile web in a single platform without the need for an expensive internet-capable phone. Through m.globe, users get instant access to Facebook and Twitter, send and receive e-mails via Yahoo, Gmail or Windows

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