Replacement of cash registers: if the state government makes it mandatory, it should also provide funding for the modernization of ICT equipment
Thursday, November 22, 2012
As there are 400,000 cash registers currently operating in Hungary, the new regulation imposes additional burdens on at least 100,000 Hungarian businesses
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
IVSZ MENTA Conference- “The Changing World”
Monday, August 13, 2012
MENTA is the biggest annual forum of IVSZ (ICT Association of Hungary ) on which the actual topics are discussed by eminent representatives of the governmental bodies and the decision makers of ICT sector in the presence of approx.. 250 C level participants. It is traditionally a two-day event with two main focuses: one is to provide an excellent networking opportunity and the other is to discuss topics of the actual spectrum of hottest ICT issues that are most important for the coming year. Participants are mostly CEOs of IVSZ member companies and some outside guests. MENTA conference is the traditional prestigious annual meeting place of the Hungarian ICT sector with outstanding networking opportunity- the right place to conduct business.
The Strategy of the Infocommunications Sector – Introducing the ICT Association of Hungary (IVSZ)
Friday, June 29, 2012
The speech of Tamás Laufer, president of the ICT Association of Hungary (IVSZ) at the China High Tech Fair event:
The speech of Tamás Laufer, president of the ICT Association of Hungary (IVSZ) at the InfoParlament event:
Friday, June 29, 2012
I am honoured to welcome you on behalf of the ICT Association of Hungary at today's event of the Parliament of the Information Society.
Benchmarking training in Budapest - 2012.04.17.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Intel and the ICT Association of Hungary organized an event yesterday, on the 17th of April. The invited presenter was Mr. Kirk Lauf the EU-tender-expert of Intel Corporation.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
We live in an information society. A look around at all the IT equipment and solutions that are now indispensable to our everyday life and work is proof of that. However, people skilled in the application and use of information and communications solutions are needed to make the most of such potential.