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The gamer inside us

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Six out of ten Internet users in Hungary play video games (including any game played on electronic devices, i.e. computers, smartphones, tablets, consoles, or TVs). This activity extends well beyond hardcore gaming: the most popular video games are Solitaire, Mahjong, Candy Crush Saga and Scrabble. Fifty-six per cent of gamers play on their smartphones (too) – these are the findings…

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Internet: can’t live without you!

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As new generations grow up, more and more lives are defined by modern technology. The digital lifestyle results in a strong attachment to the Internet, mobile phones or the television, eNET-Telekom’s latest research, titled “Report on the Internet Economy”, reveals. This time, the topics are digital lifestyle and dependence on technology.

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Countdown to great Christmas shopping fever

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As much as 23% of the entire year’s online retail turnover is generated in the Christmas period. Just as last year, tablets will probably be the most popular presents under the Christmas trees in Hungary. The latest iteration of the research series by eNET-Telekom, titled “Report on the Internet Economy”, focuses on the Christmas shopping fever.

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Cloud Computing in the SME Sector

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Even though cloud computing is a cost efficient and location independent IT solution which comes with 24 hour support, only a fraction of Hungarian small and medium enterprises uses it, reveals eNET-Telekom’s latest survey conducted among SMEs. According to the survey, a major obstacle to implementing cloud computing is lack of awareness. Only about one-third of SMEs have heard about…

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eNET – Telekom: The Age of the Tablet Is Here

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While the number of PCs sold has been steadily decreasing in Hungary in today’s changing digital environment, media consumption has become more diverse than ever thanks to the surge in tablet sales mostly aimed at viewing content. In 2012, over 65,000 tablets were sold in Hungary with the total number of such devices exceeding 150,000. Unexpectedly, however, the use of…

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Why do people by tablets?

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In February 2010, when the first iPad appeared, most users rightfully asked themselves “Why should I buy a tablet?” A year later, as the iPad 2 debuts in Hungary, the question is more pressing than ever. Global tablet sales are expected to be the same order of magnitude as sales of netbooks, which turned the mobile PC market of the…

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Report on the internet economy Q4. 2006 (Summary for the press)

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GKIeNET Inc. and T-Mobile Hungary, in association with Sun Microsystems Hungary,  conduct quarterly surveys on corporate internet usage and the development of the electronic economy in Hungary. The present report outlines the position of the corporate sector in the internet economy.

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ICT use and electronic services of local governments (Summary for the press)

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Sponsored by Synergon Information Systems Plc., GKIeNET conducted a survey on the local governments in Hungary in November and December 2005, with the participation of 800 offices. The survey targeted the local governments of townships, towns, towns with county rights and districts. The goals of the survey were to assess the use of information technology and telecommunication systems at local…

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Report on the internet economy Lagging micro-businesses with 5-9 workers 2005

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In association with Sun Microsystems Hungary, GKIeNET Internet Research and Consulting Ltd. and T-Mobile Hungary Co. conduct quarterly surveys on corporate internet usage and the development of the electronic economy in Hungary. The present report outlines the position of the corporate sector in the internet economy.

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Report on the internet economy Corporate computers

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In association with Sun Microsystems Hungary, GKIeNET Ltd. and T-Mobile Hungary Co. conduct quarterly surveys on corporate internet usage and the development of the electronic economy in Hungary. The present report provides an overview of computer use in the corporate sector.

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