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WE ARE PREPARED TO HELP CREATE A COMPETITIVE DISTANCE EDUCATION PLATFORM FOR THE LATVIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM

Is our technology ready to ensure a nation-wide distance education process? We – the members of the industry – are fully prepared. There are several distance learning schools successfully operating in Latvia, the largest being Riga 1st Distance Learning Secondary School, which offers education programmes according to the education standard requirements. In the learning process, the secondary school uses digital study materials – streaming study videos to students in an online environment, online consultations with the teachers, the option to complete and deliver assignments and pass examinations remotely.

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OFFICE 365 - THE WELL-KNOWN OFFICE IN NEW SHAPE ADAPTED FOR THE NEEDS OF MODERN BUSINESS

Since the beginning of this year, Telia is offering its clients in Latvia Office 365, the highly popular solution of Microsoft that combines the well-known and tested Office software with efficient shared tools for organisation of the corporate work and reinforcement of the corporate image.

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FOR THE SIXTH YEAR TELIA HAS BEEN SUCCESSFULLY PROVIDING REMOTE ACCESS TO CURRICULUM CONTENT FOR RIGA 1ST DISTANCE EDUCATION HIGH SCHOOL'S STUDENTS

Riga 1st Distance Education High School has been creating curriculum content according to national education programmes and providing remote access to their students for 6 years already, using the solutions of Telia Media Services.

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TELIA NEW VIRTUAL CLOUD SERVERS' NODE IN COPENHAGEN INCREASES THE CAPACITY OF TOTAL RESOURCES BY 30%

Telia Latvija proudly announces availability of Telia virtual cloud servers' node in Copenhagen. We are expanding our fully automated IaaS cloud platform in self-service mode into new geographic location.

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THE APPLICATION OF LATVIA IN THE WORLD OF MEDIA, ENTERTAINMENT AND TECHNOLOGY

The world’s most influential media, entertainment and technology exhibition IBC 2019 takes place from 13 to 17 September in Amsterdam. Each year, nearly 2000 of the leading technology developers and service providers in the TV and entertainment field take part, and it is attended by nearly 60 000 professionals working in this field. For several years already, Latvia is represented by 4 internationally recognised companies – VESET, Stream Labs, SAF Tehnika and Telia Latvija.

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