To survive and thrive in the knowledge-driven economy and to cope with the fast-changing realities of globalisation and international competition, EU entreprises must not only be open to innovation, but also make the most of it, highlights an European Commission report.
The European Commission has published a report entitled "Building an Innovative Economy in Europe". This report highlights how EU enterprises are managing the dynamics of innovation, and reviews a number of trends in European innovation policy, ...
The European Commission yesterday hosted the first meeting of a European industry-led Task Force established to ensure the timely availability of the next generation of the Internet protocol as called for by the Stockholm Summit.
The European Commission's e-confidence initiative has been a practical response to the deficit between a growing rate of internet penetration in Europe, and the continuing low confidence in e-commerce and cross-border transactions.
The Networks of Excellence, which form an important part of the Commissions' proposals for the next RTD framework programme, took shape at a meeting of the fourth Norwegian R&D/IT forum in Brussels on 30 March.
A new initiative 'Northern eDimension' was launched by the Council of the Baltic sea and the European Commission at a meeting of the European Union foreign ministers and high level representatives from seven partner countries on 9 April, with the aim to exploit the IT potential of the region.