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Globe Business and Sutherland renew ties

Business process outsourcing giant Sutherland Global Services recently renewed its collaboration with Globe Business, making the corporate and ICT arm of Globe as its primary Philippine provider for both wired and wireless connectivity services as well as co-location on the telecommunications company’s world-class and state-of-the-art MK2 data center.

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IMI integrates growing international operations with SAP

SAP has announced that Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI), a Philippines-based manufacturing services company, has chosen to upgrade from SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Version 4.7 to SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) Version 6.0 software upgrade to support their growing international operations.

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Going Techie

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Going Techie

Age is not a hindrance when it comes to technology, and this especially rings true for the elderly. In the past few years, mainstream media has highlighted that being a senior citizen is no excuse not to be updated with the latest developments in the techie world (remember the commercials of Lola Techie?).

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Bridging the gap

There are always two sides to every issue and in this case, the negatives are practically the same in every generation. The considerable age difference is what keeps the gap between parents and children. This widens when parents do not understand the latest technology that their children are exposed to.

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Oldie but Goodie

When it comes to technology, several times a year we get something new. Or rather, we get updated versions of something that was already created. Television, computers, phones, and books, among others including games, board games, video games, and some good ol’ pen and pencil games.

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Golden agers online

In 2009, local telco giant Bayan Telecommunications Inc. (Bayantel) launched the ‘Lola Techie’ campaign through a TVC showing 66-year-old Lola Techie Cruz teaching her grandson the wonders of the internet. Thanks to the ad’s humorous yet heartwarming take on ‘digital divide’, the TVC went viral, the campaign was awarded profusely both here and abroad and Lola Techie became an overnight celebrity.

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