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Friday, 29.08.2014, 08:16
Estonia and Northern Ireland concluded an agreement for exchanging experiences and creating joint projects for developing government sector e-services, writes LETA/Postimees Online.
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Former chief editor of the Russian news site Lenta.ru, Galina Timchenko, has founded a company in Latvia, reports LETA/Nozare.lv.
The E-Estonia Council convened on Tuesday, discussing issues related to the so-called real-time economy, writes LETA/National Broadcasting.
Latvian SiteSupra has launched a hosted CMS and website builder, with the aim of helping small businesses to create professional-looking and powerful websites that look as if they have been tailor-made by a top developer, reports marketing and customer communications manager at SiteSupra Liene Birze.
In order to duplicate important databases, Estonia is planning to create digital data embassies besides having so-called physical embassies, writes LETA/Postimees.
News portal delfi.lv has registered a significant increase in the number of visits in July 2014, getting ahead of the long-time leader Inbox.lv for the first time, according to data provided by the Internet research company Gemius, cites LETA/Nozare.lv.
IT outsourcing company Stream Networks has acquired one of Latvia's first Internet companies, Latnet Serviss; after their merger, the joint company will be the second largest provider of telecommunications services in Latvia's corporate sector, according to an announcement released by the companies on Thursday, cites LETA/Nozare.lv.