Country Reports

Denmark is definitely one of the most developed countries in the world ‒ both economically and socially. If somebody asked you to define a perfect country in one word based on these two criteria, you would say ‘Denmark’ without even having to think. The standard of living...

The Czechs are known for many things. We all know that Czechs produce great beer. Indeed, they have so many different types of beer and most of them have incredible taste and quality. Prague is an old city full of ancient buildings and beautiful architectural solutions. An...

The beginning of the Internet in Croatia dates back to 1992. And since this country became a member of the European Union in 2013, its Internet coverage has significantly improved. As of 2016, a little bit over 74% of people in Croatia had an Internet connection...

Our tasks at work and our jobs in general depend on new technologies, especially if you work on a computer. This means that sometimes we face problems which are easy to handle, while sometimes they can be a real pain in the neck. Are you an...

The United States is a country of democracy, freedom and human rights. The first amendment guarantees freedom of speech and press. And indeed, you are entitled to your own opinion and can say pretty much anything you want. But even in this country, there is considerable...

Even though Australia is not one of the most powerful countries in a traditional sense of the word, Australia has much to be proud of. It is among the top countries in the world when it comes to the mixed market economy. The standard of living...

There are 37 Internet service providers (ISPs) in Austria and 3.5 million Internet hosts. In addition, Austria has 6.7 million Internet users, which is 81% of the population, out of which two thirds have mobile subscriptions and one third has fixed broadband subscriptions. So, what do all...

Belgium is well known for the quality of Internet it offers to its residents. It has great Internet infrastructure, with a very high percentage of Internet users (8.6 million or 82% of the population), mobile broadband users (3.5 million users or 33.7% of the population),...

Even in the most developed countries in the world, people face different problems. Now, these problems may be more or less serious, but a problem is a problem, and all problems have one thing in common ‒ to solve them, you need to understand them...