By increasing the research, expert, analytical potential in the IT field, we are strengthening the expert representation in specialized international organizations. Through the efforts of the team and partners of the Center, we stimulate network cooperation, create partnerships in the IT field at the national and international levels.
Any activity which has as a goal the violation of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Russia is unacceptable. This was stated by Vadim Glushchenko, Director of the Center for Global IT-Cooperation.
How the government is helping companies switch to homegrown software is explained by Vadim Glushchenko, director of the Center for Global IT-Cooperation.
Miloš Jovanović is President of the OpenLink Group, an IT development corporation, and an Assistant Professor at the Metropolitan University in Belgrade, Serbia, speaks about technological sovereignty, AI development, sustainable digital dialogue and balance between fragmentation and globalisation.
Last year was a watershed for the Russian IT market: Western companies left our country, popular foreign resources were blocked, and content moderation on a number of Western platforms became openly biased. Vadim Glushchenko, Director of the Center for Global IT-Cooperation, said that all this has given a strong impetus to the creation and development of domestic IT products.
Russian services are increasingly in demand among children, as evidenced by the presence of the social network VKontakte and the popularity of such services as VK Music or Yandex Music, IT expert Vadim Glushchenko told the newspaper VZGLYAD. A Mediascope study revealed that children consider Instagram (which is banned in Russia), Netflix and Marvel outdated.
In today's reality, the approach based on sole dominance has obviously discredited itself and is unacceptable for reasonable countries. This was stated by Vadim Glushchenko, the Director of the Center for Global IT-Cooperation.
In anticipation of the III Youth Internet Governance Forum (Youth RIGF), the Center for Global IT-Cooperation, with the support of the Presidential Grant Foundation, has prepared a study “Youth in the IT Industry: professional realization, key growth points, importance for the country's development".
On April 30, the United Nations will close its call for proposals for a global digital treaty. The Center for Global IT Cooperation is collecting opinions from Russian organizations and will send a consolidated document to the UN by the end of the month. What domestic organizations offer was explained by the director of the Center.