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Use of the Internet Among Individuals and Enterprises
No. 03, 2006
This EC study offers a look at Internet and broadband use in households and enterprises in the EU's member states, explores services that are offered by Web sites, studies the types of Internet users that there are, and cites the goods and services which are used most frequently on the Internet.
Use of Information Technologies in Business in Latvia
No. 02, 2006
In May 2005, the Central Statistical Bureau of the Republic of Latvia conducted a study of the use of information and communications technologies (ICT) and E-commerce procedures among Latvian businesses. Financial support for the study was provided by the European Commission.
Before and After IT Standardisation: Finding the Best Among the Old and New
No. 01, 2006
In this article, the author discusses IT standardisation issues and emphasises co-operation and networking in the development of IT standards. New Internet dimensions are discussed, as are examples of recent directions taken by Estonian experts in terms of European IT standardisation work.
Government-Industry-Academia Partnership in Software ProcessImprovement
No. 01, 2006
A new project, Development of Mature Software Process Implementation Methodologies and Tools seeks to establish conditions under which Lithuanian IT companies might increase the export of software products and services.
Assessing Network and Information Security
No. 01, 2006
Humankind's continuous quest for knowledge and the vast development of telecommunications in the world these have stimulated the development of E-communications up to the present level, with the Internet becoming the most powerful and broadly accessible form of communications today. In this article, the author reviews security issues related to this fact.
Information society and eEconomy development in Europe
No. 01, 2006
With the recovery gradually taking place, the eEconomy is now expected to accelerate, becoming more and more pervasive in companies and people's everyday life. Consumers and businesses across Europe continue to purchase Internet access equipment. The speed with which Internet users are able to access the Internet continues to climb as broadband access penetration steadily increases. Emerging devices and technologies in the area of wireless communications are expected to further accelerate the expansion of the Internet in the years ahead.
Standardising Document File Format
No. 04, 2005
In late November a small news item caught my eye. It reported that Gemplus International had been awarded the Sesame Award for Best Software at the Cartes 2005 Conference and Exhibition for their newly released smart.NET card1. My attention was drawn to this because Gemplus smart .NET-based platform provides a compact but compliant implementation of the ISO/ECMA-335 standard the international open standard which characterizes the .NET environment.
Professional Segregation in the Latvian ICT Sector: A Study
No. 04, 2005
A study focused on professional segregation in the Latvian ICT sector has been conducted under the auspices of a project called Reducing the Causes of Professional Segregation, with financing from the European Union's EQUAL programme. The Latvian Welfare Ministry has been responsible for introducing that programme in Latvia. The aim is to ensure equal opportunities for men and women in the labour market, reducing the causes of horizontal segregation in various professions and allowing women to enjoy greater career opportunities in the technological sectors of the economy, including the information and communications technology (ICT) sector.
Chip Design in the Baltics: Fact or Fiction?
No. 03, 2005
40 years passed this spring since Gordon Moore made his famous observation that the complexity of electronic chips tends to double every 18 months. Four decades later, Moore's Law, as it is known, is still in place. There can probably be no more suitable moment than this anniversary for taking a look back at the history of the electronic chip and then trying to envision the future. How long could these rapid developments continue? What are the implications for the public? Last but not least, what on Earth do Estonia and the Baltic States have to do with the design of state-of-the-art chips? Is this geographic region really a backwater in terms of technology development? Or is it perhaps that top-level knowledge and know-how are simply still largely undiscovered by the microelectronics community?
Invisible IT
No. 03, 2005
A new era is approaching in the world of computer technologies. There will be no more trouble in implementing and configuring complex IT systems or in training users. IT is becoming more virtual, and the services are now more important than the physical structure. The services include Internet, storage and software solutions, but not the purchase of PCs, data connections or software On-Box.
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