The issue of an e-invoice is mandatory from 1 January 2019. Since then, the legislation has undergone several amendments and updates, the latest of which came into force on 4 May 2020.
In the lockdown period imposed by Covid-19, VPN and Smart-Working were two of the most pronounced words. Those who have experienced working from home have certainly found themselves dealing with the Virtual Private Network: a fundamental solution to allow secure connections during remote work activities.
During the recent Covid-19 pandemic, ICT (Information Communication Technology) has played a crucial role. Thanks to computers, the internet, and all the other infrastructures connected to that sector, Italy has continued to ‘function’ even at the height of lockdown.
F-Gases (or fluorinated gases) are one of the main causes of the global greenhouse effect. Reducing F-Gas emissions is one of the objectives that the European Commission has been trying to achieve for several years, via the introduction of specific regulations.
The adoption of transcritical CO2 as a refrigerant technology for air conditioning systems is currently undergoing a rapid increase. The success of this gas can be attributed to several factors, which have convinced more and more people to choose that solution over the usual options.
The post Covid IoT scenario promises to be very interesting indeed. Businesses in every sector are now obliged to deal with the ‘new normal’ caused by the global coronavirus pandemic. In order to be successful, they will need to offer clients a new approach, developing smart products, capable of evolving independently to meet their needs.
Software developers propose very different licensing alternatives. In recent years the industry has been affected by numerous changes and a strong influence from Cloud Computing, which introduced the concept of “Software as a Service” (SaaS).
The 2020 F-GAS regulations have brought in even tighter restrictions on the use of fluorinated gases, with the dual purposes of reducing emissions of atmospheric pollutants and combatting the greenhouse effect. This legislation was first introduced in 2014 with the aim of reducing hydrocarbon emissions by 80% by the year 2030.
The process of Italy’s digital transformation has been accelerated by the lockdown. The public’s knowledge of IT technology was already quite good, but many people have only discovered its true potential as a result of the exceptional circumstances caused by the recent Covid-19 pandemic.