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EU Member States' protection against cyber attacks

In a report taking stock of progress made in implementing its EU-wide 2009 action plan, the European Commission praises Member States' efforts to protect critical information infrastructures from cyber attacks and disruptions.

"Dot.eu" internet domain name helps small businesses gain Single Market visibility

7th April 2011 marks the fifth birthday of the ".eu" ("Dot.eu") internet domain name. ".eu" has become the 9th biggest top-level domain (TLD) on the Internet, the 5th most popular country code top-level domain worldwide and ranks in 4th place in E…

Europeans use mobile phones more when travelling abroad, but still worry about costs, EU survey reveals

Almost three quarters of Europeans are worried about the cost of using their mobile phone when travelling in the EU a survey released by the European Commission shows.

eRecognition: Authentication and Authorisation for Legal Entities

eRecognition is an initiative of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation, which has commissioned experts and private suppliers to develop a robust network solution for authentication and authorisation issues, by reusing …

First PEPPOL invoice sent, received, approved and paid

The PEPPOL project reached an important milestone 1st of March when the first invoice was successfully transferred via PEPPOL solutions. It was The Swedish National Financial Management Authority (ESV) that received the invoice, issued by a Danish…

Telecentre Heroes Help 112,000 People in European Get online week

More than one hundred thousand Europeans were reached by telecentres in 30 European countries in the 2011 Get Online Week campaign. Neelie Kroes, the Vice President of the European Commission thanked telecentre staff, and hailed them ‘European her…

EU unveils its digital agenda

IT and communications technologies are key elements in the EU strategy for boosting economic growth and dealing with major challenges like climate change and population ageing.

eBorders in UK

The UK Borders Agency’s e-Borders system currently tracks up to half of all passengers coming into and leaving the country, according to immigration minister, Phil Woolas.

The City of Košice has launched Online Forms

The City of Košice has launched electronic forms for easier communication of citizens with City Council. Its purpose is to minimize problems in filling and subsequent control due to automatic calculation.

EU Household Broadband Access Increases

The proportion of European Union households with a broadband Internet connection has risen to 56 percent, the EU’s statistical body, Eurostat, said December 8.

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