Art Samaniego

Technology Editor and OIC for ICT

ART SAMANIEGO JR. is the Technology Editor and the Information and Communications Technology head of the Manila Bulletin. He is also a Google-certified IT Support Specialist, an IBM-certified Cybersecurity Analyst, and ISO/IEC 27001 Certified Information Security Associate.  He is the Manila Bulletin's resident geek and is recognized as one of the country's go-to-guy for technology-related issues.

Lenovo Yoga Pro 7i: power, performance, and privacy in one impressive package

As a technology editor and cybersecurity analyst, my job demands a laptop to keep up with my extensive research, editing, and security analysis tasks. I need a device that provides power, performance, and security features to ensure that I can stay productive and protect sensitive information.

Eastvantage teams up with educational institutions to acquire new tech talents

Eastvantage, a global outsourcing firm, has joined forces with numerous educational institutions in the Philippines to conduct a three-day recruitment event for recent technology graduates. This venture aligns with their client's objective, Expleo Solutions Limited, to support their expansion strategy by incorporating young, talented individuals into their diverse workforce within the country.

Defending data privacy: a conversation with DPO Atty. Francis Euston Acero

In the digital age, the significance of data protection cannot be overstated. As data becomes the new currency, businesses worldwide are redefining their strategies to accommodate this shift. As businesses embrace digitization in the Philippines, the role of a Data Protection Officer (DPO) has become increasingly crucial.

Manila Bulletin and DICT join forces to inspire young minds through robotics education

In an effort to foster interest in technology among children, the Manila Bulletin has teamed up with the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) to offer robotics education to kids aged nine to 12.

Philippine government unveils eGov PH Super App, revolutionizing access to government services

The Philippine government has recently unveiled the eGov PH Super App, a one-stop shop platform for national and local government services, as part of its ongoing efforts to digitize public services. President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. officially launched the app, which aims to streamline the delivery of government services and enhance accessibility for the Filipino people.