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16.02.2021

Newsletter Nr. 121 | Dezember 2020

Der neue WIK Newsletter mit Berichten aus der laufenden Arbeit des WIK und Berichten von Veranstaltungen ist erschienen.More...

12.02.2021

Consumer IoT – growth through connection

WIK market report sheds light on supply and demand in the most important segments of Consumer IoT

10.02.2021

Business Strategies – rechnet sich alles (nicht)? Optimieren zwischen Gigabit-Hype und Narrowband-Ökonomie

Presentation of Dr Bernd Sörries at the ECO Akademy / deutsche itc + medienakademie on 10 February 2021.More...

04.02.2021

Digitisation as an enabler for resource efficiency in companies

Study commissioned by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy - Main Report and brochure with recommendations for action for small and medium-sized enterprises

02.02.2021

Fibre infrastructure for smart cities and smart regions

Panel discussion with Annette Hillebrand at Thuringian fiberglass forum Erfurt 2020More...

29.01.2021

International Postal Service, Remuneration and Regulation

European Commission publish WIK-Consult study on international postal services

27.01.2021

CDO-Forum - Digitale Kaffeerunde für Digitalisierungsverantwortliche aus deutschen Kommunen „Schwerpunkte von Digitalisierungsstrategien in Kommunen“

Jasmin Herborn, Digitalisierungsbeauftragte der Stadt Eltville am Rhein, berichtete über Digitalisierungsstrategien und digitale Bürgerbeteiligung in Eltville

21.01.2021

Online Workshop on 21 January 2021

Implications of the new relevant markets recommendation for electronic communication markets in Germany

20.01.2021

Digital Sovereignty in Europe – a first benchmark

The COVID-19 crisis has not only shown how crucial our ICT infrastructure is, but it has also increased awareness of being dependent on foreign suppliers of critical services and products. Therefore, it is not surprising that within the public debate around...

19.01.2021

Online Workshop on 19 January 2021

The new EC Recommendation on Relevant Markets: key changes and implications for the sector

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