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Openskimr

The EU-funded project OPENSKIMR addresses this issue by developing an intelligent algorithm which matches talents, jobs and the right education in our digital world. OPENSKIMR has the vision to be used as a tool that aims to accompany and support talents in their whole career as a life-long digital companion.

 

 

 

eSkills for Jobs in Europe

Globalisation and the digital revolution have transformed Europe’s economies. Job seekers today must be literate when it comes to Information and Communications Technology (ICT). They must build basic e-skills to compete in a global marketplace. The economic crisis has shown, however, that European labour lags behind in e-skills.

 

Cloud computing - in practice

DIGITALEUROPE strongly supports the strategy of the European Commission to unleash the potential of cloud computing in Europe.

 

 

OPENAXEL

DIGITALEUROPE is working with several European partners to develop the first Europe-wide Web platform that collects a wide range of services - known as acceleration services - which are designed to aide entrepreneurs as they start businesses in Europe. 

 

 

TISP

The TISP network aims at creating a platform for publishers and technology providers to promote wider collaboration so to make available expertise and tools on innovation and technology to publishing industry in a mutual exchange of ideas and experience between the two sectors. 

 

 

CLUSMED

ClusMED aims at implementing cooperative research in the ICT sector through the identification, analysis and benchmarking of national ICT regulations, taking into consideration five targeted MED countries (Lebanon, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco). 

 

CloudWATCH

a key component of the CloudWATCH, the Hub will complement the face-to-face engagement promoted by the CiPP with a digital platform where to find and share relevant information.  

 

CLUSMED

ClusMED aims at implementing cooperative research in the ICT sector through the identification, analysis and benchmarking of national ICT regulations, taking into consideration five targeted MED countries (Lebanon, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco).