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Magyar Telekom Warns Of Scam
Magyar Telekom has warned customers about a scam on a post on Facebook. Fraudsters are calling people in the name of the company offering them prizes providing that they make a payment to a given telephone number. more »
CeBIT: Hungary Aiming To Be ‘Ideal’ R&D Location
Hungary has so far proven to be an ideal place for production, now it has to become an ideal place for research and development, the foreign minister said in Hannover, visiting the international CeBIT fair, on Monday. more »
Smartphones Blur The Line Between Work & Private Life
As the widespread availability of smartphones promotes a continuous online presence, the boundary between work and private life is increasingly blurred. It is possible to attend to our private chores and keep in touch with family and friends even during working hours – and likewise, with the help of smartphones, work-related duties can be performed at any time. more »

Businesses Urged To Adopt Digital Solutions, PWC Survey Says


Businesses Urged To Adopt Digital Solutions, PWC Survey Says
Businesses should invest in digital solutions if they want to stay successful, Antal Kerekes of PwC Hungary says, commenting on PwC’s recently released 10th Anniversary Digital IQ Survey, according to a press statement sent to the Budapest Business Journal. more »

EC: Hungary Digital Skills Still Under EU Average


EC: Hungary Digital Skills Still Under EU Average
Hungary has ranked 21st among its European Union peers in terms of the level of its digital economy and society in 2017, the European Commission said in a report published on Friday. more »

Hungary’s Mobile Telecommunications Market Can Still Grow


Hungary’s Mobile Telecommunications Market Can Still Grow
Hungary’s mobile telecommunications market can still grow, the chief executive of the country’s biggest telephone company said in Monday’s issue of business daily Világgazdaság. “Growth does not have to come at the expense of [a competitor], the whole market may expand,” Magyar Telekom CEO Christopher Mattheisen told the paper when asked about room for expansion on a market with 11 million mobile subscriptions among 10 million Hungarians. more »



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