Our best wishes and good luck to Mr Rolly Celzo, who is now with Broadband Philippines in Makati.
Listen to Jam 88.3 as we webcast its signal out via eRadioportal.com!
TJ Javier, Microsoft Philippines country manager at the Microsoft Unlimited Potential launching in Don Bosco
Computer donations made by Microsoft Learn.ph Foundation
Mr Wilson L. Chua, Bitstop president, passed the Microsoft 70-299 Implementing and Administering Security in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network.
This certification exam measures the ability to implement, manage, maintain, and troubleshoot security in a Windows Server 2003 network infrastructure and also plan and configure a Windows Server 2003 Public Key Infrastructure.
The Manpower Skills Training Center of Don Bosco will be launching the Microsoft Unlimited Potential project on June 29, 2004 at the Don Bosco Academy, Green Meadows Subdivision, Mabiga, Mabalacat, Pampanga at 10:30 am.
Picture shows the computer and software donations made by Microsoft Philippines to the project.
The launch tonight will be at the Temple Bar and Restaurant, Greenbelt 2, Makati, Metro Manila. Launching is supposed to start at 10pm.
Bitstop has just received our shipment of hard to find Privacy Filters. These are screen filters you put over your LCD or Computer CRT monitors that effectively blurs the screen when it is viewed from an angle. This stops shoulder-surfers in their tracks. Aside from providing security, it also has other features as well:
– Available for 15″ and 17″ LCD flat panel monitors
– Pantented Stretch design guarantees perfect fit
– Break resistant optical acrylic construction
– Reduces eye strain, improves contrast and colour definition
– Available in Grey or Black frame
Photo shows the participants to the Network Security Workshop that Bitstop conducted today. The workshop showcased Microsoft solutions like MBSA (Baseline Security Analyzer), SUS (Windows Update Server) and Software Restriction Policy in Group Policy under Active Directory
Microsoft is sponsoring a full-day briefing with Sun Microsystems organized by the CIO Forum. Dubbed the Government CIO Forum Open Technology Briefing, the event will tackle the issues involved in the adoption of commercial software vis-à-vis open source.
It will be held on July 1 at the Rizal Ballroom of the Makati Shangri-la Hotel. Expect an audience of at least 200 government CIOs and ITECC members.
Bitstop expects Digitel to activate another 30 56kbps dialup lines today. Once deployed, Bitstop will have a total of 375 dialup lines to service its Nitro and Extreme Dialup users.
The additional lines are expected to cope with the increased demand for dialup lines brought about by the huge usage of Netrocket internet acceleration service that provides DSL like performance for dialup users.