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Kristian Dayrit

Kristian Dayrit was the Associate Editor and Content Writer for AITS Philippines. He has edited and wrote various published works, articles, newsletters and such since 2007.

August, 2014

  • 4 August

    AITS Exclusive: Interview with Ms. Rachel Joaquin, Executive Director of PSIA

    CAI's Accelerating IT Success interviews Ms. Rachel Joaquin, a forward-thinker and proud mother of two, who looks forward to the challenges and pressures she will be facing in her new role as Philippine Software Industry Association’s Executive

  • 4 August

    A Philippine City Soars on the Clouds

    More and more Asian countries turn to technologies to keep up with the times. Technologies, such as cloud computing, change the way people engage in their businesses. From banks to retailers, the high-volume data generated needs reliable and secure

  • 4 August

    The New Boss: Not Living Up to Expectations?

    Yes, when a regular employee makes a mistake, it can easily be addressed and corrected. But when the blunder comes from no less than the person in charge of other employees… Well, then that certainly complicates things. Ruben Anlacan Jr. emphasizes

July, 2014

  • 27 July

    The Ins and Outs of Training

    As a manager or supervisor, you would want to know how to properly and effectively conduct employee training, right? Well then, Ruben Anlacan Jr., in this article for the Manila Bulletin, gives us some proven tips to organize meaningful training for

  • 27 July

    Outsourcing Trends in 2014

    This blog post from KMC shares some of the top, upcoming trends to look out for this year in the Information Technology – Business Process Outsourcing industry. And, with the Philippines (Manila to be specific) as one of the frontrunners in global o

  • 27 July

    Philippines: Importance of an Integrated System

    Clarice Africa of FutureGov.asia writes about the significance of the Government Integrated Financial Management System (GIFMIS) from the Philippines in this article. This is a program from the country’s Department of Budget and Management (DBM) to

  • 22 July

    Tips on How to be an Effective Trainer

    Credibility and excellent presentation skills. These are two things one must have to be called a trainer. It takes talent, practice, sufficient preparation and a certain level of expertise to command the respect and gain attention from your audience

  • 22 July

    A Strategically Minded CIO

    Mark Coles of CIO-Asia.com attempts to shed light on why he believes organizations should view a Chief Intelligence Officer today as a strategically minded executive and not just as the traditional C-level role as an operations function. Medium to l

  • 22 July

    IT Could Lift Philippine Health Care

    Sure, the Philippines is now considered among the leaders in Information Technology - Business Process Outsourcing (IT-BPO). Yes, the country’s outsourcing can go toe-to-toe now with the likes of other places such as India, etc. But one area this As

  • 13 July

    Discipline, Discipline, Discipline!

    Discipline . Most people have already forgotten what this word actually means. Here in the Philippines, it is a somewhat forgotten practice, especially in the case of employee and manager relations. Most company managers here are often too relaxed a

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