Monday, June 28, 2010


MANILA, June 15 – Filipino audiences have found a new screen idol in child actor Jaden Smith as his movie, Columbia Pictures’ “The Karate Kid” becomes the week’s undisputed box-office champion, grossing a smash P59.67-million in four days (June 11 to 14), and opening at No. 1 nationwide.  This was announced today by Victor R. Cabrera, managing director of local distributor, Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. 
The film has been playing to capacity crowds in cinemas across the country, warmly received by moviegoers unanimously charmed by the new, young action star.
Also starring the legendary Jackie Chan, “The Karate Kid” easily surpassed the openings of the Asian superstar’s past blockbusters, including “Rush Hour,” “Shanghai Knights,” “Shanghai Noon” and “Forbidden Kingdom.”
The family-friendly movie also posted Columbia Pictures’ biggest opening for the year to-date.
A remake of the 1984 film starring Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita, “Karate Kid” bested “The A-Team,” itself a re-imagining of the popular ‘90s TV series. The latter grossed P13.31-million from June 10 to 13 (four days), while “Karate” earned P44.42-million from June 11 to 13 (three days).
The 20 biggest-grossing cinemas for “The Karate Kid” (for the June 11-13 frame only) are SM North EDSA (P3.31-M), SM Mall of Asia (P3.23-M), SM Megamall (P2.47-M), SM Cebu (P1.90-M), Trinoma (P1.82-M), Gateway (P1.68-M), Festival (P1.52-M),  Glorietta (P1.32-M), Robinsons Galleria (P1.30-M) and Alabang Town Center (P1.21-M).
Rounding out the list are Ayala Cebu (P1.10-M), Eastwood (P1.09-M), Power Plant (P1.07-M), SM Fairview (P1.06-M), Robinsons Ermita (P1.04-M), SM San Lazaro (P1.03-M), SM Marikina (P937,309), Sta. Lucia East (P931,982), SM Manila (P924,432) and Shangri-la (P923,384).
In “The Karate Kid,” 12-year-old Dre Parker (Smith) could've been the most popular kid in Detroit, but his mother's latest career move has taken them to China.  Dre makes an enemy of the class bully, and kung fu prodigy, Cheng.  In the land of kung fu, Dre knows only a little karate, and Cheng puts "the karate kid" on the floor with ease.
With no friends in a strange land, Dre has nowhere to turn but maintenance man Mr. Han (Jackie Chan), who is secretly a kung fu master.  As Han teaches Dre that kung fu is not about punches and skill, but maturity and calm, Dre realizes that facing down the bullies will be the adventure of a lifetime.
Still showing across the Philippines, “The Karate Kid” is distributed by Columbia Pictures, local office of Sony Pictures Releasing International.  Visit to see the latest trailers, get free downloads and play free movie games.

The Threat of a Silent Killer of Men

The cancer that kills one man every nineteen minutes and a new case is discovered worldwide shows no early warning signs until it's too late. In the country, Prostate Cancer(PCa) is one of the leading causes of deaths among Filipino men.

Alarmed by this threat,Healthway Medical and pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline(GSK) joined hands to promote prostate health awareness and battle the increasing cases of PCa. They are staging the biggest drive to conduct  Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) Tests to give men more opportunity to take charge of their health. From June 26, - July 2, 2010, Healthway will offer 30% discount on PSA tests to men aged 50 and above. GSK will be providing 500 coupons to men for a free PSA test to selected urologists in Metro Manila. These coupons can be redeemed at any Healthway Clinic and Sta. Lucia Health Care Center in Metro Manila.

Facts about PCa:
Risk factors for developing PCa includes family history, age, race/ethnicity, obesity/diabetes, prostate volume, diet, alcohol/smoking, others(occupational and UV exposure, sexual behavior).

The good news is that at-risk candidates can now be identified by simple screening methods. Treatment options may include, active surveillance, surgery, radio therapy, hormonal therapy.

We men should not be bothered to see ourselves undergoing treatment if ever we have PCa but should be more bothered that it may not only affect us but people we care for.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Axe Scent Revolution

77% of Filipinas want their men to be a bit unpredictable. Women get easily bored. The question to the men, how do you keep the girl?
And 80% of the Filipinas want their men to smell good. Among all of the senses when it comes to attraction, it always falls on how men smell good, not just the looks. Stimulating almost all senses is easy but the sense of smell needs more added stimulation and that's were Axe Twist comes in.

With Axe Twist, will add to your charm and witty conversation. An expert from Troy Dizon Dating suggested 3 tips:1. Grab her attention with your vibe, 2. Tell her why you like her, 3. Lead or leave. This reminded me of the movie Hitch and Axe even had a guy probed trying out these steps in a club.

In the game of dating, what's important is that we need to leave an impression that will make the girls look forward the next time for a date. That's why Axe always leaves an impression that lasts.

Celebrating A World Record The Cheesy Way

I love cheese. I always like the flavor of cheese on my ice cream and sandwich. Now being a witness to an event launch was a dream come true. Kraft with Magsaysay Center for Hospitality and Culinary Arts(MIHCA) joint forces to achieve world record with Cafe 5845, the world's first cheese cafe that serves 5845 cheese dishes.

Just like last Dec. 14 at Araneta Coliseum, it was an ambitious task when they did cooked and served 5000 different cheese dishes that earned a placer in the Guiness Book of World Records. We can take part of history as we too, can promote this incredible feat. I tried myself the dishes they serve from appetizers, soup, the main course, and dessert. All with cheese. I think Kraft and MIHCA can pull this off.

New From Oxygen

In this day and age, change is always a breath of fresh air. And Oxygen shows us how to do it perfectly.

What began as a staple party apparel brand, Oxygen reinvents itself with an effortlessly cool and unabashedly stylish aesthetic, inspired by the devil-may-care, urban chic high street fashion. New cuts and silhouettes are given more flare with raw-edged scoopnecks and slouchy tops in lightweight fabric, sleek and tailored military-inspired pieces, ombre and acid washed tees and jeans.

This fashion-forward leap for Oxygen can be seen in their exquisitely-shot new campaign – a day-in-the-life photodiary of sorts – photographed by Doc Marlon Pecjo in the urbanscapes of bustling Hong Kong. Oxygen’s photodiary features a group of friends living it up in the fast-paced, stylish city, maneuvering through their brunch dates and afternoons with unpretentious style, and diving headfirst into their dinner parties and nightcaps in nothing but Oxygen’s latest collection. Captured on-cam, their devil-may-care attitude and sense of style is completely complemented by Oxygen’s new collection – forward, sophisticated, carefree, and glowing in the city’s spotlights.

They say matter cannot be created nor destroyed; it can only change in shape – and true to form, Oxygen shows us how it’s done with the right mix of street & sophistication. Most definitely a breath of fresh air.


What used to be your regular party gear took on a sophisticated turn and showed it off last Wednesday, June 16. Oxygen, which started in the 90s with their signature graphic tees, took on a high-street reinvention and launched their new campaign and collection in XTV, a photo and video exhibit at Whitespace.

Oxygen dissected street fashion and lifestyle with photos & videos of their new campaign, shot entirely in bustling Hong Kong. The urban, chic videos were followed by a preview of XTV, a documentary featuring Manila’s stylemakers – Photographer Doc Marlon Pecjo (who shot Oxygen’s new campaign), Entrepreneur Divine Lee, Filmmaker Quark Henares, Artist Revo Naval, Writer Pam Pastor, Stylist Kai Magsanoc (who styled Oxygen’s new campaign as well); Slick Rick, Tony Toni and Sam YG of Boys Night Out, Tattoo Artist Ron Poe of P&P Tattoo, and Makeup Artist Jigs Mayuga. An episode of XTV will be launched every Saturday via to back up their new sleek style and showcase Manila’s one-of-a-kind trendsetters.

Aside from their video presentation, Oxygen also featured their latest collection – a bold mix of neutrals, lightweight fabrics, offbeat cuts and silhouettes and military inspired details – in reverse striptease. Models came out in their innerwear and dressed up right before the audience’s eyes in Oxygen’s latest apparel. The reverse striptease featured 10 key looks from their new midyear collection.

As if all the reverse stripteasing and overseas documentaries weren’t enough, everybody danced to hot mess levels as Us-2 Evil-0, DJ’s Gigee of Fluxxe, Chie Castaneda of ILY x Future Bar and DJ Bcal of Styles blasted music to cap off a totally unconventional launch party.

If this is any indication of where Oxygen is taking us, then by all means – take our breaths away.

Meeting the cast of Legally Blonde The Musicale

Got an opportunity to meet them in a blogger's meet. Never thought it was a star-studded cast. Nikki Gil will play the title role of Elle, Cris Villongco is playing Vivian, Nyoy Volante as Emmet, Geneva Cruz as Brooke, Jet Pangan as Prof. Callahan and more.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Dove Go Fresh Showeroke night at Strumms

Last night at the Strumms in Jupiter st. Makati, I witnessed the contest that started online ended with a finalists of ten. The Showeroke where the finalist got to have their own music video using Dove products while in the shower setting. The videos were fun to watch  that was already uploaded at YouTube and the selected few were chosen for their most views and likes but watching them performed live was surprisingly great because they were really good singers. Hosted by Samantha of Easy Rock 96.3

Bloggers' choice

                                                                       Runner up



          and the  winner is...                                                                                   

Manila Goes Blonde Starting June 25

Manila, Philippines – OMIGOD YOU GUYS! Elle Woods is coming to Manila! LEGALLY BLONDE The Musical, based on the hit film starring Reese Witherspoon, will star Nikki Gil when it premieres in Manila from June 25 – July 18, 2010 at the Meralco Theatre.

TV and recording artist, Nikki Gil was selected by Atlantis Productions to take on the lead role of Elle Woods in the fun family musical. Nikki, who has has been preparing for the role with vocal and dance class for close to a year says, “I’m very excited to have been chosen to play Elle Woods! It’s a challenge in terms of stamina and vocal preparation so I really have to prepare for it!

In LEGALLY BLONDE The Musical, sorority star Elle Woods doesn't take "no" for an answer. So when her boyfriend dumps her for someone “serious,” Elle puts down the credit card, hits the books, and sets out to go where no Delta Nu has gone before: Harvard Law. Along the way, Elle proves that being true to yourself never goes out of style.
LEGALLY BLONDE The Musical will take audiences from the sorority house to the halls of justice with Broadway's brightest new heroine (and of course, her chihuahua, Bruiser). The verdict? This much fun shouldn't be legal! 

Joining Nikki in the all-star cast are Nyoy Volante, Guji Lorenzana, Jett Pangan, Geneva Cruz, Calvin Millado, Cris Vollonco and Jinky Llamanzares.  It is Directed by Chari Arespacochaga, Choreography by Cecille Martinez, Set Design by Mio Infante, Lighting Design by Jonsy Reyes, Musical Direction by Beth Martin and Costumes provided by SM Department Stores.

Simone Genatt, Chairman of Broadway Asia Company who produced LEGALLY BLONDE in New York and licensed the production to Atlantis says, “Broadway Asia Company is thrilled to be working once again with Atlantis Productions on the upcoming performances of the Broadway hit musical LEGALLY BLONDE.  With the tremendous star power of Nikki Gil heading an incredibly talented cast of local performers, we feel very confident that LEGALLY BLONDE will be very successful in the hands of Atlantis Productions.  The Broadway touring production of LEGALLY BLONDE garnered all the touring Broadway awards this season including Best New Touring Musical, Best Design and Best Music, and is confirmed to continue touring the United States for another two years of bookings.  We look forward to the success of the Manila performances with Atlantis Productions.”

Don’t miss all the fun at LEGALLY BLONDE!
For tickets call Atlantis Productions at 892-7078 or 840-1187.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Movie Review: Knight And Day

Plot:When a small-town woman (Diaz) meets a mysterious man (Cruise) in a chance encounter, she thinks she’s met the man of her dreams. She soon comes to suspect he is a rogue spy.

When I first saw it on trailer, I thought it was like a Mission Impossible spin-off with Cameron Diaz. Of course with Cameron Diaz, you can expect comedy. But it wasn't like what Tom Cruise did as Ethan Hunt which I thought will just bore me but it was done in a good manner. The intensity of the story is very high and will keep you in suspense.You won't even know who's on the right side. Cruise's character,Roy Miller is an unlikely hero in the story which makes it more interesting and comical. Didn't think her can still do action besides what he is famous for in the Mission Impossible movies. What I don't like is the title. I still have to find out why it's entitled that way since I don't see it's complete relevance to the story.

Angel' Pizza

Pizza's from Angel Pizza is not what you expect. From the first time I saw it's branch in Jupiter-Makati ave., it reminds me of traditional pizza parlor deliveries. Angel's Pizzas is the only pizza place I hear that has buy one-take one pies. This branch itself was boasted as one of the fast-selling branches since it has a strategic location in an intersection where anyone can drop by along the way to buy pizza. Besides pizzas, they also have pastas and desserts. Even if you haven't reheat the pizza when you take home one and it still tastes good. For deliveries call 922-2222.

Movie Review: Toy Story 3

Most sequels don't make good movies by reputation and Disney animated flicks are not spared from that. But with Disney's Toy Story 3, it proves to be that sequels can also be good and worth spending in a cinema. Because Disney had good writers and Disney has a trademark for story telling. Besides the good story, there were a lot of insights that you can get from the movie. The characters themselves are the ones you can relate to. The toys themselves can be so human in lots of ways. You may also experienced their fears. You can also learn from Woody's leadership. There's something about Woody's words that was so powerful for a toy especially when he said, "nobody get's left behind". He always can't get the answers but he always look for solutions. Buzz Lightyear is what you can say a valued comrade, partner when the going gets tough. And to top it all, it's a family film for everyone specially if you experience growing up with toys. Warning: Be prepare to get tearjerked but I assure you will leave the movie feeling right. Photo courtesy of Disney Pictures.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Beating The Odds By Velasco and Saludo

Beating The Odds , a book by Renato Velasco and Ricardo Saludo, focuses on giving insights how our one of the controversial presidents of our time, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo handled the specific issues that she faced as president in the wake of the 21th century as the book gives analytical details on what makes our Pres. Arroyo thinks on facing the issues that came her way whether you are a pro-administration or opposition.

Each chapter tackles an issue during the Arroyo administration such as terrorism, Mindanao Peace Process, drugs, SARS epidemic, Oakwood mutiny. This is a good book to consider because there are lot about Arroyo's decision making we don't understand yet and why only during this administration period that these issues only arised.

There's also one chapter dealing with the issue of budget deficit detailing why it happened during the the current administration. Hopefully, this will shed light to the issue how should a president should practice governance. Hopefully, we can only get from this book the lessons of the past so we can't repeat it again. Beating The Odds will soon be available at leading bookstores everywhere.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

110 Years of Eveready

When it comes to batteries, Eveready is always a popular brand and is almost generic. Who would have thought that Eveready is already 110 years in existence with the theme "Kasama sa Pagbuo ng Isang Laging Handang Pilipinas".

Eveready kicks-off the year-long celebration coinciding with our nation's Independence Day festivities at SM Mall of Asia Music Hall. In addition to the festivities, Eveready sponsored the free jeepney rides in designated areas during the day. 

The celebration showcased the best talents from different campuses with a flashlight exhibition and a human flag. 

Event was hosted by Regine Tolentino.

Also launched during the event was their latest promotion, Ready-to-Switch, Eveready now accepts old or broken flashlights from the public to turnover it in selected booths in Handyman, True Value, Ace Hardware and Hardware Workshop(Ace Express) for discounts in latest flashlight models like the Eveready LED flashlights.

There was also recognition of the of the services from different departments of Armed Forces, the Police, Red Cross, etc. 

The activity ended with a short performances by Sugarfree.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

PLDT SME Nation's New Advocacy: BOSSING AKO

PLDT's Small-and-Medium Entrepreneurs(SME) Nation is promoting it's new advocacy, BOSSING AKO, to empower Pinoys to be entrepreneurs themselves to succeed in business. Rico Blanco and Arnel Pineda sang it's  advocacy's theme song/battle hymn,"Para sa mga Bossing", to add more inspiration for the future entrepreneurs.

Last June 10, we were invited to witness the grand launch of PLDT's BOSSING AKO campaign as a front act band helped us reminisced the 80's. 

PLDT also presented during the event the SME Ambassadors, Filipinos who made it big in business and will encourage you to do the same. They are the icons in their respective businesses like Dr. Vicki Belo and Cristalie Henares of the Belo Group, Mother Lily Monteverde of Regal Films and more.

For the finale, Rico Blanco and Arnel Pineda gave energetic performances that made the audience stand and party like there's no tomorrow. 

The event was hosted by Tim Yap, Arnel Ignacio and Bianca Valero

For more information on what PLDT SME Nation can do for your business, you may call 101-888 or visit

                                                               The blogger and the rocker

Movie Feature: Toy Story 3

“Toy Story 3” welcomes Woody (voice of Tom Hanks), Buzz (voice of Tim Allen) and the whole gang back to the big screen as Andy prepares to depart for college and his loyal toys find themselves in…day care! But the untamed tots with their sticky little fingers do not play nice, so it’s all for one and one for all as plans for the great escape get underway. More than a few new faces—some plastic, some plush—join the adventure, including iconic swinging bachelor and Barbie’s counterpart, Ken (voice of Michael Keaton); a lederhosen-wearing thespian hedgehog named Mr. Pricklepants (voice of Timothy Dalton); and a pink, strawberry-scented teddy bear called Lots-o’-Huggin’ Bear (voice of Ned Beatty).
Director Lee Unkrich says they’ve continued the Pixar tradition of blending fun with a relatable story. “‘Toy Story 3’ is about change,” says Unkrich. “It’s about embracing transitions in life. It’s about characters being faced with major changes and how they deal with them. Woody and the other toys are facing the monumental fact that Andy has outgrown them. Andy is facing becoming an adult and heading off to college. And Andy’s mom is facing the fact that her son has grown up and is heading out into the world. We begin our story at pivotal moments in the characters’ lives.”
 “The film has a lot of big, serious themes, so we wanted to make sure we balanced it with a lot of humor,” says producer Darla K. Anderson. “It can be as deep as you want it to be, on many levels. The story reflects how we all must face change in life; it’s inevitable.”
“‘Toy Story’ has always been about us,” says executive producer John Lasseter (who directed the first two “Toy Story” films). “So much of me, Andrew [Stanton], Pete Docter, Joe Ranft, and Lee [Unkrich] has seeped into these stories about Buzz and Woody, and I think ‘Toy Story 3’ continues that. For me personally, I was able to tap into the real emotion of taking my son to college. After helping him set up his dorm room, my wife and I were ready to return home, and we thought he’d walk away and go back to his room. Instead, he stood there and wouldn’t leave. As we drove away, he just waved, and I broke down in tears. It was an immensely powerful emotion. You’re with someone since birth, and then all of a sudden they’re going away. The timing between ‘Toy Story 2’ and ‘Toy Story 3’ was perfect for letting Andy—and our own life situations—grow up.”
 The stellar vocal cast reunites Hanks and Allen with Joan Cusack as Jessie, Don Rickles as Mr. Potato Head, Wallace Shawn as Rex, John Ratzenberger as Hamm, and Estelle Harris as Mrs. Potato Head, while featuring the “Toy Story” debuts of Beatty, Keaton and Dalton, as well as Jeff Garlin, Kristen Schaal, Bonnie Hunt and Whoopi Goldberg. John Morris, who has provided the voice of Andy since the first film, returns to voice the college-bound teen. Blake Clark is heard as Slinky.
Directed by Lee Unkrich (co-director of “Toy Story 2” and “Finding Nemo”), produced by Pixar veteran Darla K. Anderson (“Cars,” “Monsters, Inc.”), and written by Academy Award®-winning screenwriter Michael Arndt (“Little Miss Sunshine”), “Toy Story 3” is a comical new adventure in Disney Digital 3D™. Oscar®-winning composer/songwriter Randy Newman, a key collaborator on the first two “Toy Story” films, is back on board to provide another brilliant score (and new song). “Toy Story 3” is based on a story by John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich. John Lasseter is the executive producer. The story supervisor is Jason Katz, film editor is Ken Schretzmann, production designer is Bob Pauley, and the supervising technical director is Guido Quaroni. The supervising animators are Bobby Podesta and Michael Venturini, and the directors of photography are Jeremy Lasky (camera) and Kim White (lighting). 
“Toy Story 3” hits U.S. theaters June 18, 2010

Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Studios

Monday, June 14, 2010

Making a Difference, One McDonald's Cheeseburger at a Time

If you seen last night's episode of Sharon, you saw the McDonald's Cheeseburger campaign to raise P1 million for the benefit of Ronald McDonald House Charities and it's banner program, Bright Minds Read. All you have to do is buy a cheeseburger and for each cheeseburger bought, P1 will go to the beneficiaries. As a symbol of one's participation, a sticker will be given to fill up and post inside the stores.

This is a great way for customers to participate and do their part to help. After reaching the desired amount, McDonald's and RMHC will turnover the BMR toolkits to it's beneficiary schools. This is one of the actions of McDonald's as it continues to help out for their advocacy to develop the brightest minds through reading. Sharon Cuneta also shares this advocacy not only because she's a McDonald's endorser because she's also a wide reader herself.

Virlanie Turns Eighteen And You're Invited

Virlanie Foundation, a largest non-sectarian, child caring institutions in Metro Manila will celebrate it's 18th anniversary on July 17, 2010 at Sofitel's Harbor Garden. Dubbed as the "only charity debut of the year", the proceeds of the events during it's 18-month period will go to the L"Envol Home.

The theme of the event is a masquerade ball - as it unmask the phenomenon of the streetchildren in the Philippines and celebrate the cause and thank old and new donors for supporting the Virlanie mission.

An exhibit about street children and success stories will be unveiled and will feature performances of the Virlanie choir and local artists.

L'Envol, Virlanie's home for young adults, aims to former street children for successful independent living outside the Foundation. L'Envol is French for "to ascend, to take flight".

The event is co-presented by Sofitel, Philippine Daily Inquirer, and is supported by Data One Asia, M Lhuilier, XPO Logistics, Forsc Ink, B&C Creatives, Geiser Maclang Marketing Communications, Inc. and Philippine Tatler.

For inquiries, to support L'Envol and to attend the only charitable debut of the year, call Hanna at 895.34.60 or e-mail

Sunday, June 13, 2010

UR Solutions Taps Into Growing Local Open Source Solutions Market

I have no background whatsoever in advance computer systems and I am not in the I.T. vocation but as a Windows user, it’s rare that I get to see a Linux user. I admit it is hard to compare about between Microsoft and Linux because of my lack of comparison but I heard that there are already use of Linux in some of our cell phones. Even the Smartmatic like in our recent use of the PCOS machine during our election has a Linux operating system.

This is also the first time that I got to know about Red Hat, a Linux operating system. It’s an open source operating system meaning it is free but if you upgrade it or get additional applications, that’s were you pay for the applications that you can use. To help us understand it in layperson’s terms, let’s use this figure: If you have a pet, you take care of it. If it got sick, you go to the veterinarian and spend on its medication. Like in other operating systems, if you wish your OS to function for the way you desire it, you need to invest for endless applications.

During the press launch of Red Hat and UR Solutions, Josep Garcia, director of Channel Sales in Asia Pacific and Japan for Red Hat, said that UR Solutions is the key partner in the Philippines for marketing because they have the experience in open source in companies.

Patrick Reidenbach, general manager for Ubaldo Reidenbach Solutions or UR Solutions, oriented us with what UR Solutions’ key points for marketing Red Hat:
Open Source maximizes I.T.
Open Standards means no vendor lock in.
Democratic development process software designed to the needs of the community.
You pay for the service and support, not the item code.

From how I understand what Mr. Reidenbach said is that they are more customer-oriented. It’s like a counseling session. They listen to the needs of their client/customer and show them what they need and they do not impose.

For Fritz Roma, business development manager for UR Solutions, when it comes to Red Hat, the Linux-Microsoft competition is no longer a hindrance because when giving customers a satisfaction of using Red Hat, they will not be exclusive in having only Linux applications but also Windows applications as well if the customer desires so. The purpose of this is not just to lessen the prejudice with another company but to make the clients operate efficiently and maximize technologies that come along the way. This also helps to be tech savvy. They can boast that they are now supporting Windows.

Including a Windows applications in Linux is indeed good news. Though I am not an I.T. specialist, I am aware of the Linux-Microsoft competition. I know two friends of mine that fully-supports Linux and one of them even dislikes everything that involves Microsoft. But the matter of exclusivity for applications is no longer relevant but efficiency in operations.

Why choose Red Hat? Mr. Roma stressed that in Red Hat, they don’t force the customer to upgrade because they are focus more on the customer, not the technology. They are more concerned with the customer relations so they give them the choice, the freedom.

UR Solutions has established customer relations in banks, pharmaceutical companies for Linux. To know more, Follow UR Solutions on Facebook or Red Hat