E-Government Interoperability: Linking Open and Smart Government

October 2014

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The six cover features in this issue highlight the technical, semantic, syntactical, organizational, and legal aspects of Europe's e-government interoperability challenges, as well as success stories. Read Full Article »

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Nii Quaynor: Bringing the Internet to Africa

Nii Quaynor: Bringing the Internet to Africa

In the latest installment of Computing Conversations, Nii Quaynor tells Charles Severance the story of bringing the Internet to Africa — it's a story of cooperation and collaboration for the common good.
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Andrew S. Tanenbaum: The Impact of MINIX

Andrew S. Tanenbaum: The Impact of MINIX

If you trace the moment where Linux-like OSes flickered to life, you'll find the MINIX OS. In this interview, Tanenbaum describes motivation, development, and impact of the MINIX OS. Read full article »


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Promoting Semantic Interoperability in Europe

ISA fosters interoperability in various layers. This includes a number of initiatives for promoting semantic interoperability in Europe. Via a common metadata vocabulary or Asset Description Metadata Schema (ADMS), relevant assets can be searched and exchanged through the Federation on Joinup.

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