• 23/06/2017
    The Commission's Recommendation relates to the BNetzA's proposal concerning the actual level of fixed termination rates for Deutsche Telekom. The rates, while no longer using the previously criticised LRAIC+ methodology are calculated by BNetzA based on an international benchmarking exercise (taking as the base the average rates in other Member States applying the recommended pure LRIC approach). BNetzA proposes to do so, however, despite the fact that it has run the recommended pure LRIC model for Germany.
  • 22/06/2017
    The National Danish competence center for Health Care standards, MedCom, has successfully implemented the results of the EU-funded interoperability project Antilope into daily practice and into MedCom’s cooperation with the IT vendors in the Danish healthcare system.
  • 22/06/2017
    Are you promoting a project based in the EU? Register your project in the European Investment Project Portal (EIPP) and boost its visibility to a large network of international investors. Or are you an investor looking for investment opportunities in areas such as healthcare or in financing SMEs? The European Investment Project Portal (EIPP) will offer you a broad choice of viable projects.
  • 16/06/2017
    The European Commission is exploring the possibility of creating a European ICT security certification framework. As part of this process, the Commission has prepared a survey dedicated to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the ICT sector. Please take some minutes to fill in the survey. Your input will be taken into account in the overall assessment of the various options for the creation of the certification framework for ICT products and services. Deadline is extended to 30 June.
  • 15/06/2017
    The Future and Emerging Technologies Advisory Group has chosen two new co-chairs for the next two years. Professors Clivia Sotomayor and Dermot Diamond will replace Professor Jerzy Langer as chair of the advisory group.
  • 15/06/2017
    Roaming charges in the European Union will no longer apply from 15 June 2017. The end of roaming charges is a true European success story. From now on, citizens who travel within the EU will be able to call, text and connect on their mobile devices at the same price as they pay at home. Removing roaming charges is one of the greatest and most tangible successes of the EU.
  • 13/06/2017
    The European Commission has released a new version of the European Union Public Licence (EUPL), a tool for publishing any copyrighted work as open source. The licence is legally consistent with the copyright law of all EU countries and is especially well-suited for public administrations sharing IT solutions.
  • 09/06/2017
    You can download the post-card, poster, sticker and video below to promote the end of roaming charges
  • 09/06/2017
    Belgium is the 8th EU country to sign the European declaration on high-performance computing. Belgium will participate in the joint efforts to build the next generation of computing and data infrastructures.
  • 08/06/2017
    In 2009, the Ministerial Declaration on eGovernment was adopted in Malmö, Sweden, uniting EU member states around a comprehensive programme for administrative reform and digital government. Now, as the government of Estonia prepares to take over the presidency of the Council of the European Union, EU Member States look again at the renewed prospects for restoring public trust in the digital age and unleashing the power of the Internet towards better public services and easier citizen/state interaction.