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ODIX came to Luxembourg via PwC’s cybersecurity accelerator. “It was an easy decision. Luxembourg understands tech companies. It has a plethora of support and testing structures and the government is very responsive,” says Oren Eytan, CEO. “That helps get projects running, and when you are on the leading edge, that’s important to staying ahead of the curve. Luxembourg offers a great environment for developers and customers to help grow the business.”

Luxembourg understands tech companies.

ODIX uses five parallel anti-virus engines and Smart TrueType to check that files match the standard structure type. Beyond just looking for specific malware markers in known viruses, trojans, worms, ransomware, etc., this seamless process removes the malware and rebuilds the file; leaving the original file content and function intact. Even unrecognised malware doesn’t stand a chance. ODIX solutions are used by organisations with cloud-based or frequent file-based data exchange such as numerous financial institutions in Luxembourg. This is good news now that over 800 new malware specimens are found each hour.

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DigiJourney: tools for digitalisation tailored to SMEs

31-03-2020

As part of the “Digital transformation journey for SMEs” initiative, Luxinnovation collaborates with FundecytPCTEX (ES) and SC IPA SA (RO). The objective is to publish a guide with tools to help other innovation agencies and organisations to drive digitalisation in companies.
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Digitalisation with the customer at the centre

28-02-2020

Although digital transformation may be crucial for a company’s long-term competitiveness, it does not automatically improve the relationships with customers. The second L-DIH Talk focused on how to redefine the customer experience and ensure that digitalisation goes hand in hand with customer satisfaction.
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Research support for industry’s digital transformation

18-02-2020

The Luxembourg Digital Innovation Hub (L-DIH) has the mission to support industrial companies in their digital transformation processes. On 13 February 2020, the L-DIH invited Luxembourg’s industry to the first part of a series of talks on different aspects of digitalisation and industry 4.0.
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#RDI Act: Aiva, innovation at your fingertips

30-01-2020

It is through the Fit 4 Start program that Aiva Technologies, which develops algorithms based on artificial intelligence to compose music, has embarked on an accelerated innovation process.
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Developing relevant digitalisation programmes for SMEs

27-01-2020

Luxinnovation is part of the DigiJourney project, an EU-funded initiative focusing on supporting the digitalisation of SMEs.
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