We’ve explained what data spaces and organizations are before in this blog… Now, we continue the discussion on this topic to give you an overview of the technical resources available to develop a data space claim with the specifications issued by the four key organizations for the implementation of the data economy envisioned by the […]
Data spaces are data infrastructures and governance frameworks to facilitate widespread data pooling and sharing. They provide tools and services for data processing and sharing as well as federating energy-efficient cloud capacities.
According to the Observatorio da Sociedade da Información e a Modernización de Galicia, in 2022 there were more than 3,000 technology companies in Galicia. This figure places the community in fifth place in the country. Another highlight of the same report is the gross value added, which exceeded 1,740 million euros, representing almost One of […]
IMPULSE is a proposed universal solution for accessing different public services. A single method of electronic identification must be compatible with all practical cases, regardless of the public service requiring verification. For such a transformative solution to be accepted, the project must understand how effective it will be in practice and how users will adapt to the technology.
Author: Alicia Jiménez González, Manager of the European Project Office This text was originally published in the Autumn 2023 edition of EU Research journal The Covid-19 pandemic revealed that public administration relies too heavily on paper identification and in-person checks to authenticate someone to receive a service, either by sending copies of identification, or […]
The percentage of employees who value work-life balance over wage is growing Companies and technology centers such as Gradiant have different formulas to ensure the well-being of their employees Galicia has become the sixth community in demand for professional profiles in the technology sector due to its boom. In Spain, 120,000 people are needed […]
Over the past decade, the amount of data generated has grown tremendously. It is projected to reach 175 zetabytes by 2025. That’s more than five times the amount generated in 2018. How is this data controlled? And who manages it?