Workplace inclusivity becoming a reality as Filipino persons with disabilities gain new employment opportunities through Microsoft’s Enabler Program.
When COVID-19 disrupted face-to-face classes last year most educational institutions migrated to online learning.
PLDT and Smart will be setting up temporary kiosks near selected supermarkets so that customers who are on their grocery run can also conveniently transact with customer service representatives on-site.
Serving as a one-stop shop for the telco customers, this store features a customer-centric design and digital installations that will raise the bar in in-store service experience for Filipinos.
PLDT is also rolling out its Smart Barangay Connect program to all Antipolo barangays, bringing fast and reliable fiber-powered Wi-Fi connectivity closer to barangay residents for free.
Smart is putting the spotlight on its long-running community partnership and corporate social responsibility programs to inspire Filipinos.
Twitter is the place they come to converse in an authentic way and this #InternationalWomensDay.
iADAPT is the go-to site for information on disaster resilience in the face of the public health crisis.
Residents in and around Taal Volcano have been struggling to rebuild their lives after the calamities that struck them one after the other.
Attendees agreed that digital technologies have become the foundation of sustainable development and will benefit more people in multiple aspects.