By Michael J. Hadjihannas Since the beginning of lockdown in Cyprus from mid-March, technology has played a crucial role not only in stopping the spread of coronavirus but also in the sense
What Cyprus needed all this time was for someone, anyone, to take the initiative and lead the country in efforts to close the digital divide. Random initiatives remained uncoordinated with no one
Cyprus is contemplating reopening courts with the help of technology which will, in turn, speed up the COVID-19 backlog, said Justice Minister George Savvides. How to get the justice system back on
Cyprus is using technology in its struggle to stem the spread of COVID-19 by launching an application to help people who don’t work from home to keep track of their contacts and
Chief Scientist Kyriacos Kokkinos is Cyprus’ first Deputy Minister of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy which will begin life on 1 March. “The establishment of the Deputy Ministry is yet another major
Cyprus was well below the 32% EU average for people reporting security-related incidents about their privacy when using the internet in 2019. In 2019, approximately 1 in 3 EU citizens aged 16
Cyprus is gradually moving one step closer to adopting e-governance after the Transport Ministry called for public consultations on the issuance of digital ID cards which will act as an electronic signature.
Being connected while on the go is increasingly important in business but Cyprus employees are less likely to be provided with devices to keep them in touch when not at the office.
While EU member states are completing their fast internet connection targets set by the bloc, Cyprus is nowhere near coming close to them. EU targets foresee that more than 50% of households
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