This pandemic project has enhanced the digital skills and processes of over a hundred hospitality businesses in Finland.
The Green ICT ecosystem, promoting sustainable ICT services, products and processes in organisations, began operations in Finland on 1 June 2022. The professional network is open to anyone developing or purchasing ICT services.
Data protection is a competitive advantage for small- and medium-sized companies. The English version will be published in the autumn of 2022.
The My Data Secured – raising youth awareness of their EU-ratified rights project helped 14 to 21-year-olds and youth workers to keep their data secure.
Recognition of prior learning in Finland is being developed as part of a parliamentary reform of continuous learning. Finns have solid experience in competence-based education thanks to reforms already carried out, but the work is by no means complete.
The EU and UK are promoting a European approach for digitalisation together
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A former and current chairman of TIEKE’s Board of Directors see that international networks are what we need to most effectively build a competitive and people-oriented digital society.
In total, various ICT solutions are responsible for between 4 and 10 per cent of the global annual electricity consumption, and three to five per cent of global greenhouse emissions. With the right actions, however, the carbon footprint of a single ICT service can be reduced by up to 90 per cent. The Finnish Information Society Development Centre (TIEKE), the Finnish Information Processing Association (TIVIA) and LUT University have launched a two-year Green ICT project funded by the Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council, in which we accelerate carbon neutral digital services and procurement of businesses and the public sector in the Helsinki-Uusimaa region of Finland.
Our project builds a data model where delivery drivers can access additional information on their destinations not apparent from a street address. When drivers know beforehand about roadworks, detours, dimensions of narrow gates or separate delivery entrances, deliveries become smoother and more cost-effective.
Our GDPR2DSM project has identified data protection needs of SMEs and the challenges they have encountered. The size of the company greatly influences perceptions of data protection requirements.
The Ministry of Finance has chosen TIEKE as a partner in a government programme project to set national policies for the development of programming interfaces.