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In February 2016, IBA IT Park, an IBA Group’s development center, received a letter from the Department of Education, Sports, and Tourism of the Postavy District Executive Committee with a request to supply computers and peripherals to specialized classes in secondary schools of the Kamai agritown and the Voropaevo urban village. Within its program of [...]

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While Android users have long been able to use Google Maps for directions in Prague via public transport, those using Apple’s default Maps program on iPad or iPhone have lacked this functionality, though apps like Jízdní řády IDOS serve as a fine replacement. Now, however, Apple Maps has expanded its coverage in Europe to include [...]

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Czech anti-virus software maker Avast Software will take over its Dutch rival AVG Technologies for 31.7 billion Czech koruna (1.17 billion euros, $1.3 billion), the two companies said on Thursday, July 7. “Combining Avast’s and AVG’s users, the organization will have a network of more than 400 million endpoints, of which 160 million are mobile,” [...]

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  IBA Group received a letter of thanks from Belarusian Railway for the successfully completed project. IBA Group implemented an analytical accounting solution for Material and Technical Supply Management of Unified Finance and Resource Management System. In his letter, Vladimir Balakhonov, Deputy Director of Belarusian Railway, said: “Implemented on SAP Business Objects and SAP BW, [...]

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The Czech Republic still ranks among the EU leaders in terms of LTE coverage, reports Mobilenet.cz. In 2014, mobile operators in the Czech Republic significantly increased their 4G network coverage and in 2015, they continued their investments, the result of which is that the country remains above the EU average. Currently, LTE is available to [...]

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A Czech Hi-Tech and software engineering company known as Quanti together with the British firm Delion, have created a new virtual reality (VR) headset capable of rivalling existing products like the Oculus Rift, released earlier in 2016. Representatives unveiled the product in London this week, with Czech Radio reporting that consumer and investor interest was [...]

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The British investment magazine fDi Intelligence has ranked Prague among the top 25 European regions of the future. According to the magazine’s regular European Cities and Regions of the Future assessment, Prague is also the third-best European city in terms of human resources and lifestyle, behind London and Paris. “Prague is an attractive investment environment [...]

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Clothing e-shop Linemart, owned by Chinese e-commerce company Shenzhen Sailvan Network Technology, is expanding to the Czech market. The information was provided by Prologis, which has rented 18,170 m2 of distribution premises in Prologis Park Prague-Airport to the firm. Linemart’s director Tao Lin has stated that proximity to the airport was the decisive factor. He [...]

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IBA Group announces its inclusion in the list of finalists for the IT Europa’s European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2016, the leading pan–European awards for Independent Software Vendors (ISV), Solution Providers, and Systems Integrators, and their vendor and distributor partners. IBA Group was selected finalist in the ISV category Information & Document Management Solution [...]

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The Czech Defence Ministry plans to create a new data network resistant to cyber-attacks that will become a basic communication element for the armed forces systems, Defence Ministry spokesman Petr Medek has told CTK. The first phase of the contract will cost up to 227 million crowns, he added. Defence Minister Martin Stropnicky (ANO) will [...]

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