Posts under the Topic:
Governing on Twitter and others: social media as a political communication form
More and more politicians are communicating via social media channels. What opportunities and risks does that mean for political communication? We present a few examples!
The climate is overheating – time for green data centers!
Data centers are the world’s fastest-growing energy consumers. Are the digital economy and climate goals compatible? Stefan Mink from IONOS should know. We ask him: How much progress have we made in developing green data centers?
Female Founder Initiative – for more women in the tech industry
Tech startups are spreading like wildfire, but if you look closer, one thing stands out: it’s mainly men who are igniting the flame. The Female Founder Initiative wants to change that.
Digital female leadership: how much progress have we made?
How far has female leadership come? Are digital transformation and the coronavirus alone resolving the lack of women in leadership roles? We interviewed Sigrid Dalberg-Krajewski and Tatjana Biallas, both successful female digital leaders.
Interview: Marcos Raiser do Ó from Stripe on the future of the Internet economy
“The online economy has still not fully taken off,” says Marcos Raiser do Ó, Head of DACH & CEE at Stripe. In this interview, he explains what needs to be done to achieve a more networked Internet economy in Europe.
CJEU overturns Privacy Shield agreement: what you need to know
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has overturned the Privacy Shield agreement. In this article, we explore the implications this might have for your company and what you now have to put on your to-do list.
Are sustainability and social responsibility feasible in e-commerce?
Particularly for younger generations, sustainability and social responsibility are key buying factors. How can small and medium-sized e-commerce retailers ensure that their products meet these requirements?
European digital ethics: the key to regaining data sovereignty
Global corporations in the USA store and handle the highly personal data of hundreds of millions of Europeans. Establishing European digital ethics is the key to reclaiming the most important commodity of the 21st century.