Swiss Bossard Group: Change in the Group Executive Committee

There will be a change in Bossard Group’s executive com-mittee next year: After 29 years as a member of Bossard Group’s management and 15 years of successful work as CEO Central Europe and member of the executive committee, Beat Grob will leave Bossard Group at his own request at the end of April 2022 to … More Swiss Bossard Group: Change in the Group Executive Committee

We’re Living Through the ‘Boring Apocalypse’

By guest author Adam Grant   It could have been a scene straight out of an apocalyptic horror movie. When the World Health Organization declared the Omicron variant of the coronavirus a “variant of concern” in late November, borders closed, markets tumbled and warnings spread about how this new threat could ravage the world’s population. … More We’re Living Through the ‘Boring Apocalypse’

A fifth of road freight kilometres by empty vehicles

In 2020, around one-fifth of the total road freight transport performance (in vehicle-kilometres) in the EU was carried out by empty vehicles. The share of performance by empty vehicles is somewhat higher for national transport (24 %) than for the total (20 %), and is significantly higher compared with international transport (13 %).     … More A fifth of road freight kilometres by empty vehicles

Cloud computing used by 42 % of enterprises

Enterprises can access computing resources hosted by third parties on the internet instead of building their own IT infrastructure. This pool of resources is most commonly known as ‘cloud computing’. As cloud services are provided online, enterprises must have internet access to be able to use them. In 2021, 98 % of EU enterprises employing … More Cloud computing used by 42 % of enterprises

Study: Digital piracy declining in Europe

By Colin Mann from Advanced Television A study from the European Union Intellectual Property Office examining the consumption of copyright-infringing content in the EU Member States and the UK for TV programmes, music, and film, concludes that digital piracy is declining for all three types of content and that differences among the Member States can … More Study: Digital piracy declining in Europe