"There is no such thing as free lunch." What we may have gotten freely might be an added expense to somebody. It is true that sometimes we tend to demand help from somebody whom we think has more resources than us without thinking that whatever help they have given us has a price. We feel … Continue reading Does Poverty Justify Piracy?
"Knowledge management is a discipline that promotes an integrated approach to identifying, capturing, evaluating, retrieving, and sharing all of an enterprise's information assets. These assets may include databases, documents, policies, procedures, and previously un-captured expertise and experience in individual workers." (Duhon, 1998). With the advances of technology, knowledge nowadays can be easily shared through different … Continue reading Knowledge Management: Sharing is Loving
Business Intelligence as defined by G.W. Reynolds, includes a wide range of applications, practices, and technologies for the extraction, translation, integration, analysis, and presentation of data to support improved decision making. Some of the benefits of business intelligence tools include accelerating and improving decision making, optimizing internal processes, increasing operational efficiency, driving new revenues and … Continue reading BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
WiFi is life. I believe most of you, if not all, agree with this statement. Thanks to wireless network technology, we can now have access to data, communicate with somebody anytime, anywhere without being bounded by wires and messy connections. Wireless technology has been very essential for every human endeavor in this digital age. It's … Continue reading Wireless to Boundless
What comes into your mind when you encounter the word outsourcing? Well,you're probably thinking of the nearest BPO centers in your area such as JP Morgan, Accenture, SPi CRM and others. Well, in my case, I think outsourcing is just like asking help from somebody who is an expert and knowledgeable in a specific field … Continue reading OUTSOURCING: Is it in or out?
The feeling of belonging and being loved is part of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Thus most people like to participate and have good relationship with others. This will lead to prestige and to the accomplishment of self-esteem. The aforementioned needs are essential to achieving full potential and self-actualization. This is applicable in all walks of … Continue reading Qualified to be Heard
Imagine a world without connection. I believe most of you, if not all, would agree that it would be very chaotic. Aristotle once said that humans are social animals. It would be very miserable if we are unable to communicate with the people we love especially when we’re half way around the world. Sharing experiences … Continue reading IT and Me