To others, it’s a bore. Others think it’s a different language altogether. Some get intimated by it, afraid they’ll get drowned in the sea of data, graphs, charts and countless formulas. But make no mistake, statistics is more than just a nosebleed-inducing, heartbeat-increasing field of science. Statistics is an invaluable tool; without which, we’d continue reading : October 20 is World Statistics Day!
The Philippines is launching the first Philippine E-Government Forum on October 6 at the La Breza Hotel in Quezon City. The forum seeks to address the recent drop of the Philippines in the biennial United Nations E-Government Survey which ranked the Philippines 95th out of 193 member states in 2014, a steep descent from its continue reading : DOST-ICTO champions e-government, UN supports
Since 2010, the Philippines has been part of a worldwide event that is reshaping our technologically-dependent world. This movement is called the Software Freedom Day; a campaign that was founded by the Digital Freedom Foundation (DFF). The DFF is an NGO that acts as the official organizer of the movement which aims to “empower all continue reading : A New Kind of Freedom: Software Freedom Day
CGEAHS tops cybersecurity poster making tilt Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo High School (CGEAHS) students topped the first Cybersecurity Poster Making Contest for high school students held on June 30 at the Department of Science and Technology Information and Communications Technology Office (DOST-ICTO) Building, Quezon City. Armed with oil pastels, five teams faced off to draw continue reading : ICT Month 2015 – Cyber Literacy Talk