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06.12.2018

Digital Executive Club Brussels – an initiative of WIK and IDATE

The next meeting on "The future of interconnection and interoperability" will take place on 20 December 2018 in Brussels.Digital Executive Club

05.12.2018

No. 437: Interoperability in a digital world – New challenges for interpersonal communications

Consumers don’t want interoperability for WhatsApp and similar services

30.11.2018

Tiefbaukapazitäten als Engpass für den FTTB/H-Ausbau?

Presentation of Iris Henseler-Unger on 29 November 2018 at the BREKO-Jahrestagung in Berlin

29.11.2018

Measure for cost-reducing and efficiency-increasing civil works in context of FTTB/H roll out

WIK analyses the German civil works market and identifies the causes for capacity bottlenecks and delays. Thereof, WIK derives recommendations for the telco industry, the civil works sector and the government.

15.11.2018

Aktuelle Lage der IT-Sicherheit in KMU

Dr. Iris Henseler-Unger und Annette Hillebrand stellen in dem Artikel die wichtigsten Ergebnisse der WIK-Repräsentativbefragung dar und erläutern die drängendsten Handlungsempfehlungen im Bereich IT-Sicherheit für KMU.

15.11.2018

Current publications and events of WIK

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07.11.2018

Mittelstand-Digital Congress on 7th November 2018

The Mittelstand-Digital Congress tanking place in the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy in Berlin this year focuses on the application of Artificial Intelligence in German SMEs.

07.11.2018

MorgenCamp Digital, 7. November 2018, Berlin

Das MorgenCamp Digital bietet in lockerer Folge die Gelegenheit, im kleineren Kreis auf der Basis von aktuellen Ergebnissen des WIK mit Experten sowie Vertretern aus Praxis und Politik über relevante Themen der Digitalisierung und Regulierung zu diskutieren.

02.11.2018

No. 436: Digitisation and mail substitution: Experience in Europe and learning for Germany.

New WIK study discusses why secure electronic communications is adopted quicker in other EU countries than in Germany. Active promotion by governments in many cases appears as the key difference.

02.11.2018

No. 434: Hybrid mail in Germany.

Analysis of the hybrid mail market in Germany. This WIK study concludes demand for hybrid mail services, particularly from small and medium-sized companies, will continue to grow in the next years despite the general trend of declining letter volume.

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