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Theme: Information Society


In 2010, 84.1% of the enterprises in the financial and non-financial sector, with 10 or more employees, had access to the Internet

24.09.2010


According to the data of the State Statistical Office of the Republic of Macedonia, 92.7% of the enterprises in the financial and non-financial sector, with 10 or more employees, were equipped with computers, 67.5% used a computer network LAN, and 27.8% used wireless LAN. Intranet (internal communication network based on internet protocol) was used in 19.3%, and Extranet (allowed external access to their own network) in 13.2% of the enterprises.

The most common type of connection to the Internet is via DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) technologies (as ADSL and others), used by 70.6% of the enterprises with Internet access.

The Internet was most frequently used for banking and financial services by 73.6% of the enterprises with Internet access, and only 5.3% had e-sales during 2009.

In January 2010, 13.8% of the enterprises had a formally defined ICT security policy.

The most common ICT security facilities or procedures were: making offsite data backup, by 31.5% of the enterprises, and use of strong password authentication or encrypted transmission and storage, by 28.4%.





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