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Technology and security in Slovakia

State scraps another disadvantageous tender

Meanwhile, it approves four IT projects to simplify the lives of people when dealing with state authorities.Compiled by Spectator staff, 14. Dec 2017, at 6:06

Four Slovak firms make it on the list of the fastest-growing IT technology companies

Deloitte has compiled the ranking of the companies for the EMEA region for the 17th time.Compiled by Spectator staff, 11. Dec 2017, at 18:35

Four Slovak software companies made it to the Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 rankings for EMEA.

IT community to evaluate state projects

The experts are ready to monitor projects linked to state IT from the very beginning.Compiled by Spectator staff, 16. Nov 2017, at 21:23

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National IT Academy project kicks off

The project involving more than 36,000 students at 500 schools of all grades and levels started on November 13.Compiled by Spectator staff, 14. Nov 2017, at 23:41

Robotic team TALENTUM from Košice at the presenattion of IT Academy project, Novemebr 13.

State’s response to the eIDs problem not quick enough

The Interior Ministry adopts steps to prevent the abuse of e-signatures, but is criticised for its late response.Radka Minarechová, 2. Nov 2017, at 6:30

E-ID cards have serious problem

Some signature codes could potentially be abused, but the Interior Ministry stresses the risk is still only theoretical.Compiled by Spectator staff, 17. Oct 2017, at 22:45

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Blog: We are building an alliance of honest and fair digital companies

"We need to abandon large scale IT projects which are too big to fail and too big to succeed. Those days in IT are gone." Ján Hargaš of Slovensko.Digital explains why a reform of the state IT sector is…Ján Hargaš10. Oct 2017, at 12:30 website

State agency will spend €30 million for ICT

It signed framework agreements to purchase information and telecommunication technologies.Compiled by Spectator staff, 25. Sep 2017, at 6:30

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More patients are using medical mobile apps

Nearly one-third of patients use the mobile app regularly.Compiled by Spectator staff, 24. Sep 2017, at 9:30

Waiting rooms are full of patients, illustrative stock photo

New application should prevent scam visits to seniors

The plan is to minimise the activities of scammers.Compiled by Spectator staff, 23. Sep 2017, at 9:30

Thousands of state emails sent

The mandatory electronic communication for selected subjects was officially launched at the beginning of July.Compiled by Spectator staff, 22. Sep 2017, at 6:30 website

Cloud computing becomes a standard

External servers are now much more secure than local business ones, according to experts.Peter Adamovsky, 20. Sep 2017, at 6:30

Slovak firms have their eyes on the cloud.

People may lose money in fake competitions on Facebook

The attackers often try to obtain information necessary for online transactions.Compiled by Spectator staff, 19. Sep 2017, at 21:37

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No fees bring higher summer roaming

EU regulation raises the volume of roaming calls and data with Slovak mobile operators .Erik Rédli, 19. Sep 2017, at 6:30

People should pay attention on used data abroad.

Slovak firms fail to defend against modern cyber attacks

The companies often think that the standard systems are enough to protect them from threats.Compiled by Spectator staff, 18. Sep 2017, at 9:28

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Providers build new networks

Focus is on 4G networks, but companies also prepare for using the Internet of Things technology.Radka Minarechová, 18. Sep 2017, at 9:15

When a customer makes calls, sends texts and uses data, the phone still communicates with the operator's mobile network.

State puts controversial IT project on ice

Authorities are starting to care more about the IT projects they commission but much still needs to be done in this field.Radka Minarechová, 7. Jun 2017, at 16:17

WannaCry had little impact in Slovakia

Three good tips for online security.Jana Liptáková, 6. Jun 2017, at 6:39

WannaCryptor infected computers of Germany’s national railway company.

Transport Ministry stops dubious competition

The infrastructure system would have provided more information than the EU required.Compiled by Spectator staff, 30. May 2017, at 14:36

Minister Árpár Érsek

EU roaming fees to end on June 15 – in theory

Slovak customers still waiting to find out how mobile operators will implement change.Jana Liptáková, 26. May 2017, at 6:40