DICT and NTC urge DPWH to consider right-of-way amendments to fast-track ICT infrastructure rollout

In a bid to improve Internet connectivity services, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) and the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) recently wrote to the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), urging the latter to look into the feasibility of proposed amendments to Department Order (D.O.) 73, s. 2014 which provides for right-of-way continue reading : DICT and NTC urge DPWH to consider right-of-way amendments to fast-track ICT infrastructure rollout

Free Wi-Fi for All: Creating opportunities, affording choices, surmounting privileges

How much agency do you have over the direction of your life? For the lot of us in the cities, going to school seems like a chore, a part of a routine requirement, a mere segue to realizing our destined purpose. Education, for many, has become a mere stepping stone to better things ahead—achieving a continue reading : Free Wi-Fi for All: Creating opportunities, affording choices, surmounting privileges

Of words and wordplay: Racquel Castro continues to write her story with RIS

She was not supposed to be invited for the Rural Impact Sourcing Technical Training (RISTT) but Racquel Sarah Castro won’t let an opportunity to grow and inspire others slip past her. Racquel has the proper background and skills on IT, serving for the City Government of Biñan, Laguna for years now. She also has the continue reading : Of words and wordplay: Racquel Castro continues to write her story with RIS