Day: January 21, 2022

Cambodia-Based Harrods International Academy & Renford International School Join Global Schools Foundation

The not-for-profit GSF is known for operating internationally award-winning schools. Its related entity, Global Schools Holdings (GSH), drives the internationalisation and growth. PHNOM PENH, Cambodia, Jan. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Singapore-based Global Schools Foundation (GSF) announced that the reputed Waterbridge Global Education Co. Ltd., which owns and operates a

Indonesia’s Wooden Frame Manufacturer Astari Niagara Recognised as Outstanding Supplier by Large US Retailers After Streamlining Operations With Nimbly

This partnership with Nimbly enables the company to optimise production and adhere to strict international standards Livia Geraldine, CMO of Astari Niagara JAKARTA, Indonesia, Jan. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nimbly Technologies today announced that Indonesia’s largest, award-winning wooden frame manufacturer, Astari Niagara, implemented Nimbly to digitalise their operations. With

Electronic system operator monitored after BI’s hacking incident

The Communication and Information Technology Ministry will continue to monitor the electronic system operator in response to the recent incident of hacking in the form of a ransomware attack on Bank of Indonesia’s (BI’s) networks. “The Communication and Information Technology Ministry, in accordance with the mandate of the legislation, will

Pandemic pushing creation of engaging learning content: academic

The COVID-19 pandemic has led universities to collaborate with one another to design interesting learning content for students, Indonesia Open University Rector, Prof. Ojat Darojat, has said. “The COVID-19 pandemic has opened up opportunities for universities, schools, governments, and telecommunications companies to work together to bring engaging online learning and

Booster vaccine crucial for prevention against new COVID-19 variant

Dr. Rendra Bramanthi of the dr Iskak Regional General Hospital (RSUD) in Tulungagung highlighted the need for booster vaccinations to reduce morbidity among members of the community and to safeguard against the emergence of new variants and mutations of corona virus. “In the wake of the virus (COVID-19) continuing to