eco creates department for coordination of international activities
Lars Steffen appointed Director of eco International
eco becoming more active on the international stage
The eco Association has named international expansion of its activities as one of its strategic directions for the coming years. This decision accords due recognition to the ever-increasing number of international members within the association, and reflects the borderless nature of the Internet. Continue reading
With employers in the IT sector battling it out to attract and retain top talent, it helps to have some tips to ward off the competition
The War for Talents is being felt keenly in the IT sector and in IT-related jobs, certainly in Germany. Peer Bieber from Arbeitgebergold offers companies advice on navigating the route to finding and keeping top employees.
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As a smart city, Hamburg is improving the mobility and quality of life of its population.
The Internet Association eco presents vision of Hamburg’s future
Senator for Economic Affairs Frank Horch discusses opportunities for networking and digitalization with company representatives
How is the all-embracing interconnected Internet of Things making Hamburg more efficient, progressive, and sustainable? Hamburg's Senator for Economic Affairs Frank Horch discussed development concepts captured under the overarching term of “smart city” with representatives of the Hanseatic city’s companies. eco – Association of the Internet Industry hosted the exchange, which took place on the 21st of February in the Four Seasons Hotel, Hamburg. Continue reading
dotmagazine – eco's monthly English-language in-depth magazine on Internet-related topics
Call for contributions from eco member companies and specialists on the topic of the Internet of Things
The eco International team is inviting contributions for its monthly in-depth magazine on Internet-related topics: dotmagazine.
For the April 2018 issue on the Internet of Things, focus topics will include:
- IoT Platforms
- Data Streams
- IoT Security
- Business Opportunities from IoT
We are also looking for submissions from eco members who are experts in their field for the following issues:
- May 2018: Data Centers & Interconnected Systems
- June 2018: Mobility, Logistics & Connected Car
- July 2018: e-Government & Blockchain Applications
Three steps to transitioning to New Work: Transforming workplace space, technology, and culture
How people, technology, and space interact to create a productive workforce – Detlev Artelt from aixvox offers advice to companies for the successful transition to new modes of working and managing.
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