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Ireland Poor Broadband Is Biggest Issue for Irish SMEs - Survey
One fifth (19%) of Irish SMEs cite poor broadband as the biggest issue facing their company in 2015, reports The Irish Independent newspaper.
Hungary Mobile, Internet Most Used by Hungarians with Disabilities
Mobile services and the internet are the two most widely used telecommunications services among some half a million people with disabilities and an additional one million people with long-term illnesses in Hungary, according to two unrepresentative national surveys conducted by NMHH.
Netherlands Dutch Govt Starts Support Website for Broadband Projects
The Dutch ministry of economic affairs has started a website to share information on setting up local broadband projects. Content on the Samensnelinternet.nl site will be provided by the provinces Drenthe, Friesland, Gelderland and Groningen, including a glossary of technical terms and practical examples of projects such as Dronten and Putten. New projects can also use the step-by-step plan with tips about organising demand aggregations and rolling out networks
Netherlands Over 10 mln Dutch People Made Online Purchases in 2014 - CBS
Around 10.4 million Dutch people bought something online last year, according to figures from the Central Bureau for Statistics (CBS). In 2014, around 7.9 million regular internet users bought something online, compared to 7.5 million in 2013.
France French Broadband Commission Enhances Coverage Map
The French national broadband plan commission has added WiMax and satellite coverage to the country's broadband coverage map, reports Echos du Net.
Belgium Belgian Govt Data Becomes Available to All
The Belgian Council of Ministers has approved the federal open data strategy, Datanews reported. The data available to the Belgian government, may not be used by all, including for commercial use. Only data that is sensitive to privacy, or is important for safety reasons, will not be available.
Germany German Online Sales Grow 10% to EUR 10.2 Billion - Study
German online and mail order market has grown by 8 percent year-on-year from EUR 11.1 billion in the first quarter of 2014 to EUR 12.1 billion in the first quarter of 2015.
Denmark Danish Govt Claims Positive Response to Mandatory E-mail
The Danish Digitisation Agency claims that 25 percent of respondents in a survey were 'very positive' about the country's universal e-mail system, Digital Post, and that 48 percent were 'positive'.
Germany Sixty Percent of Germans Communicate Online
More than 42 million Germans visit communication websites such as email portals, messengers, chat rooms and networking forums per month, which equates to 60 percent of the German population aged 14 or older, according to latest ‘Internet Facts’ media study.
Ukraine Ukrainian Govt Clears Use of Wi-Fi 802.11ac Standard
Ukrainian Govt Clears Use of Wi-Fi 802.11ac Standard
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