Are you a legal expert in Internet of Things (IoT) privacy and security? We invite you to participate in this working-level workshop and contribute to the ongoing EU discussion on IoT privacy and security principles. This event is jointly organised by the European Commission and the Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI). Register now to book one of the 85 available seats. Read more
The European Commission (Learning, Multilingualism & Accessibility Unit at DG CONNECT) is organising an Information and Networking day to discuss Horizon 2020 LEIT Work Programme 2016-17 and present the "Interfaces for accessibility" topic from the 2016 Call. Read more
Charlemagne Building (CHAR) - SICCO MANSHOLT Room, Rue de la Loi 170, 1000 Brussels
This workshop will present the state of play six months after the entry into force of the new rules for trust services under the eIDAS Regulation. How well have Member States managed to comply with the new rules? What about trust service providers? Are they on the right path to seize the opportunities brought by the new framework?
By providing a platform for sharing experience, best practices, business cases and success stories, the workshop will be an opportunity to discuss what's been achieved and what are the upcoming actions and challenges.
The third annual World Open Innovation Conference (WOIC) will help identify and develop the best new theoretical and applied research in open innovation. A call for papers on the topic “Open Innovation in the Digital Age” has been launched. The best papers of the conference will be considered for a dedicated Special Issue of the R&D Management journal. Read more
How to understand your cloud Service Level Agreement? SLA-Ready has been able to deliver online tools and services that help cloud service providers and customers to make the right decisions. Read more
Following intensive exchanges with the European Parliament, Member States, stakeholders, consumer representatives, regulators and operators, yesterday the College of Commissioners discussed draft rules which reinforce the approach adopted by the College in September to end roaming charges in the EU in 2017. The latest draft further clarifies consumer rights and introduces safeguards to ensure the most competitive domestic offers remain attractive. Read more
Dismantling roaming charges, when travellers call, send messages or surf on their mobile devices while abroad, has been one of the biggest success stories in Europe. In the last mile before the full end of roaming surcharges as of 15 June 2017, some more specific cases have to be addressed. Read more