You, Me, and IT: realizations and learnings on Information Technology

Here I am right now, a grown student sitting in front of a desktop computer at school writing her last (and longest!) blog post related to Information Technology. I have written a number of posts about IT and how does it change the world. Looking back from the past lessons, blog posts and exercises we … Continue reading You, Me, and IT: realizations and learnings on Information Technology

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Knowledge Management = Power!

When working in the government, or in any company for that matter, it is always a competitive advantage when the organization’s information is managed efficiently and constantly generated. This helps develop innovative ways in implementing government projects, programs and activities and aids public officials in better decision making. The Knowledge Management Process According from the … Continue reading Knowledge Management = Power!

Let’ go shopping (at home)! : Why Internet Shopping is winning (and breaking) the hearts of consumers

You probably heard of them, they are literally everywhere right now. Over the past years online shops and stores have been popping up like mushrooms and they are selling a wide variety of products. From clothes and accessories to food to even cars and properties – you name it, they will definitely have it. Online … Continue reading Let’ go shopping (at home)! : Why Internet Shopping is winning (and breaking) the hearts of consumers

What’s hot (and what’s not) in outsourcing IT security

Believe it or not, the biggest threat of businesses today are not the neck and neck competition or stock market fluctuations anymore. What makes managers and business executives feel nervous right now are cyber-attacks on their organization’s information systems and threats of identity theft and information leak. According to the Business Continuity Institute research last … Continue reading What’s hot (and what’s not) in outsourcing IT security