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Sexual contact still top mode of HIV transmission – report

Sexual contact remains the top mode of HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) transmission in the Philippines, according to a report from the Department of Health (DoH).

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‘SMITE’ and ‘Paladins’ are Xbox One-ready at launch

Hi-Rez Studios’ games “SMITE” and “Paladins” will be Xbox One X-ready at launch, running in native 4K with 60 FPS gameplay. A comparison of footages for both games can be viewed below, directly captured in 4K from the Xbox One X dev kit.

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SAP Simplifies Business Planning and Consolidation Based on SAP® BW/4HANA

SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced the general availability of SAP® Business Planning and Consolidation (SAP BPC) 11.0, version for SAP BW/4HANA. The application improves mission-critical business processes including planning, budgeting, forecasting and financial consolidation and reporting, all in one unified solution. Thus, it supports more strategic decision making through accelerated insight to action and serves as a basis for finance transformation and innovation. This announcement was made at SAPinsider Financials being held June 14–17 in Amsterdam.

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#SafeParents: Digital Parenting

By: Sanjeev Nair | Corporate Communications Manager at Kaspersky Lab Southeast Asia My parents never had it easy with me when I was growing up, being the youngest and the most mischievous child. When I got caught for my misdeeds, there was always punishment which involved a cane followed by a lot of tears, and […]

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Salalima blasts PCC

Department of Information and Communications (DICT) Secretary Rodolfo Salalima took a swipe at Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) Chairman Arsenio Balisacan for what he deemed as unnecessary pronouncement of the former NEDA chief with regards to the current issue on the utilization of the 700 megahertz spectrum.

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ICS Math: Industrial Firms Face an Annual $497K Cybersecurity Incident Bill

Although the majority of industrial organizations believe they are well-prepared for cybersecurity incidents, this confidence may be not well-founded: every second ICS company experienced between one and five incidents last year, according to a survey conducted by Kaspersky Lab. On average, ineffective cybersecurity costs industrial organizations up to $497K per year.

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