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Heather BLANCHARD
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I was invited recently to participate in a seminar on Socio-Economic Assessment of the Benefits of Social Networks for Organisations. The discussion quickly focused on how the Commission might change...
Paul TIMMERS
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In what areas and how could EU action on social media benefit employability, jobs and growth across Europe?
Editor CONNECT
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Whatever the name or scope, e-commerce is a fundamental part of the digital economy and definitely merits the attention of the Digital Agenda Assembly 2012.
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Far from being confined to the realm of science-fiction, or media reports of government websites being vulnerable to attack in an ongoing "Web War II", cyber security affects EU citizens,...
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There are many reasons that explain why data is becoming increasingly important in our lives.
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As the markets and the need for chips is now literally everywhere, when thinking of the future of Europe, one should pay special attention to the potential of the European micro- and nanoelectronics...
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Going Local Romania: Digital Agenda inspires new ideas and gives better perspectives
Franco ACCORDINO
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One of the advantages of social networks is that members can post any piece of information in whatever format. A potential drawback of this, however, is that it becomes difficult to automatically...
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The ultimate goal of ARAKNES is to integrate the advantages of traditional open surgery, laparoscopic surgery and robotics surgery.
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