ICT

Microsoft Croatia encourages digital transformation of economy

Microsoft Croatia at Partners Day in Zagreb on Thursday brought together more than 150 representatives of partner companies, underscoring a growth of its business activities and the importance of more than a thousand partners in Croatia for the company's business activities and digital transformation of the economy and the society, the sector in which Croatia is keeping up with global trends.

Digital society and economy should be priority for all govts

Despite a good infrastructure and the presence of state-of-the-art information technology, Croatia is falling behind in digitisation, which should be a priority of all governments, it was said among else at a conference on Wednesday.

App for virtual walk along Croatian beaches launched

The Osijek-based Pointers company has recently presented a free-of-charge application for virtual walking tours of the most famous Croatian beaches, and this is an addition to the existing application that offers over 8,500 photos of some 3,500 locations throughout Croatia 

Croatia stagnating in ICT competitiveness

According to a survey by the World Economic Forum (WEF) on information technology, Croatia is ranked 54th with regard to ICT competitiveness, the same as last year, the National Competitiveness Council reported on Wednesday.

ICT integration in Croat companies high

The online survey questionnaire was sent to 4,500 companies and 2,231 responded.

HUP: Parties agree ICT top subject, know not what to do with it

HUP director general Davor Majetic said Europe estimated that it lost EUR 300 million in revenue annually because of the non-use of digital economy,

Vrdoljak: Croatia should increase capacity to absorb EU funding for R&D

Vrdoljak was speaking at the start of the second national ICT summit "Digital Economy" at the University of Rijeka.