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Small companies less affected by cyber attacks
Small enterprises are less likely to fall victim to cyber attacks than large enterprises.
Fewer newspaper subscriptions
In 2008 about 50 percent of the Dutch indicated that they had a newspaper subscription in their household. In 1997 this was 62 percent.
Computer branch realises substantial turnover growth
In the second quarter of 2008, turnover of computer service companies was 10 percent up on one year previously. The increase was more substantial than in the preceding two quarters.
The Digital Economy 2005
This publication gives a description of major developments in Dutch digital economy.
Imports from China: from T-shirts to tablet PCs
China is the main supplier of high-tech products for the Netherlands. The import of high-tech products such as computers and mobile phones is gaining ground to the detriment of low-tech products,...
Internet telephony rising fast
74 percent of Dutch households had a fast internet connection at home in 2007.
Computers better and cheaper
Consumer goods and services cost on average 30 percent more in 2008 than in 1996. Not all goods cost more than twelve years ago, however.
Overweight and underweight people more often depressive
Obese and underweight persons are more often depressive than people in the normal body weight range.
Robust turnover growth computer shops in first four months 2014
Turnover generated by computer and software retailers has risen substantially over the first four months of this year. The increase follows a period of nearly two and a half years of negative...
three in ten companies use paid cloud services
In June 2014, 28 percent of companies in the Netherlands used IT services via the internet (cloud services). These are paid services such as software, computing, and storage capacity via the...
unemployment statistics better and cheaper
Lower costs, more respondents, better international comparability and web surveys.
Mobile phones less often secure than computers
Mobile phone users indicate they are less likely to have security software installed on their device than computer users.