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Ericsson teams with Estonian security-technology provider Guardtime

Ericsson, the world’s largest maker of wireless-network equipment, is teaming with the Estonian security-technology provider, Guardtime, to improve data safety and transparency. Guardtime’s key technology is called Keyless Signature Infrastructure or KSI. The technology is aimed at organisations that deal with large-scale digital data and the challenges of securing the …

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Restarting Ukraine with Estonian know-how

For years, Estonian investment banker Jaanika Merilo has focused her activities on Ukraine and Russia. Sharing Estonia’s e-governance experiences with Ukraine, she is helping the country restart and defeat deeply rooted issues. This article is published in collaboration with e-estonia. I Olga Bielkova, a member of the Ukrainian parliament, has …

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Frans Jorna. Photo by Henri Pook.

Lessons from exporting Estonia’s digital democracy

Daniel Vaarik had a chat with Frans Jorna from the Saxion University in the Netherlands, who is currently working on applying Estonia’s system for local democracy procedures called Volis. For years Estonia has been experimenting with tools for digital democracy. Internet voting was introduced already in 2005 and today at …

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Estonian World’s Sander Saar reviews Google Glass in London (video)

Estonian World’s cofounder Sander Saar has got his hands onto Google Glass, one of the most desired gadgets on the market today. Since I have always been a keen technology fan, I’m used to following the latest developments that influence our daily lives. Some years ago, I used to do …

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Estonian “Time Machine” opens in Tallinn

“For our foreign visitors, it is like a time-machine, offering a glimpse into the future,” says the Estonian technology evangelist, Indrek Vimberg. The time machine in question is the new e-estonia.com showroom, which opened at Tallinn’s Ülemiste City before Midsummer’s Day. This article is published in partnership with Life In Estonia magazine. By Holger Roonemaa When Life in …

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GrabCAD leading the way in modern product development

It is as if over 1.3 million mechanical engineers all over the world sit at their (virtual) desks designing incredible things at unbelievable speed. Companies watch in astonishment. Some decide to go along for the surprising ride. This article is published in partnership with Life In Estonia magazine. By Toivo Tänavsuu This …

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Hardware accelerator Buildit opens a new application round

The Estonian hardware accelerator, Buildit, has opened a call for a new batch, investing up to €20,000 per team in the new round. The three-month programme starts on 15 September; applications are open until 20 July for hardware startups from the whole world. Buildit, the first hardware-focused accelerator in Northern and Eastern …

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The success story of ZeroTurnaround would not exist without Estonian business culture and education

Having to date financed its rapid expansion with sales profits, ZeroTurnaround announced at the beginning of March that it has attracted USD6 million of growth capital. This article was published in partnership with Life In Estonia magazine. By Ann-Marii Nergi. The Estonian software company ZeroTurnaround (ZT) was born in 2007, when Jevgeni …

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