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Ricky Bulalakaw
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Fan of open, socially responsible, and development-responsive technology.
Fan of open, socially responsible, and development-responsive technology.

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A lot of open source alternatives for productivity and collaboration.
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A thought from a movie review: For Kenshin, the new is only truly new if the ways of the past are no longer necessary to protect it. 
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An analysis on the historical authenticity of the Matthew 2:16
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Consider that there are three kinds of distance in remote collaboration: physical(place and time), operational (team size, bandwidth and skill levels) and affinity(values, trust, and interdependency). The best way for managers to drive team performance is by focusing on reducing affinity distance. 
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"The new is only truly new if the ways of the past are no longer necessary to protect it."

From a "Political change, the Kenshin Himura way"
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From the article: In 2014, IBM reported that, “over 95% of all [security] incidents investigated recognize ‘human error’ as a contributing factor.” In fact, the recent string of malware attacks with cyberpunk appellations such as “WannaCry,” “Petya,” and “Mirai,” as well as the apparent state-sponsored attacks on Equifax and the American electoral system, all started because of poor decisions and actions from end users. If it wasn’t an engineer inadvertently building a vulnerability into a piece of software, it was an end user clicking on a bad link, falling for a phishing attack, using a weak password, or neglecting to install a security update in a timely manner. Attackers didn’t need to break down a wall of ones and zeros, or sabotage a piece of sophisticated hardware; instead they simply needed to take advantage of predictably poor user behavior.
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Organizational planning, institutional development, systems development with client relations, information security, disaster resiliency and service continuity information operations, and cloud-based productivity solution rollout.
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From the article:

At the heart of this approach, one expert has observed, “is a mind-set that…enables companies to recognize the value of productive failure as contrasted with unproductive success. A productive failure is one that leads to insight, understanding, and thus an addition to the commonly held wisdom of the organization. An unproductive success occurs when something goes well, but nobody knows how or why.” IBM’s legendary founder, Thomas Watson, Sr., apparently understood the distinction well. Company lore has it that a young manager, after losing $10 million in a risky venture, was called into Watson’s office. The young man, thoroughly intimidated, began by saying, “I guess you want my resignation.” Watson replied, “You can’t be serious. We just spent $10 million educating you.”

https://hbr.org/1993/07/building-a-learning-organization
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DICT Department Order 2017-02 "PRESCRIBING THE PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT’S CLOUD FIRST POLICY"
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Reading government references on open source policy of the Philippine government.

From Section I. "To maximize the available resources, the eGovFrame uses an open source software (OSS) development framework. The OSS facilitates the application development based on open standards, which require the publishing of source codes for public use and give the user the full rights to reproduce, distribute, and modify the software."
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