The European Commission has just released a report on digital progress in the EU. The analysis shows that Member States are at very different stages in the development of the digital economy; some, for example, such as the Nordic countries, are among the most advanced in the world, whilst other still have a lot of catching up to do.
The conference concentrated on the ways in which Higher Education entities and stakeholders may promote innovative dynamics in their organisation.
The conference concentrated on the different ways in which higher education entities and stakeholders may promote innovative dynamics in their organisation
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Formal Invitation to Follow
11 May 2016 ...
The digital transformation of government is a key element to the success of the Single Market; helping to remove existing digital barriers and preventing further fragmentation arising in the context of the modernisation of public administrations.
Delivering on its Strategy to create a Digital Single Market, the Commission today unveiled its plans to help European industry, SMEs, researchers and public authorities make the most of new technologies.
The Commission is opening a public consultation on the rules which govern the processing of personal data and the approach towards privacy in the electronic communications sector (the ePrivacy Directive)
The latest regions to register to the S3 Platform are Sud Muntenia (RO) and Central Bohemia (CZ).
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