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  • Revolutionary technology presented at Visma’s AI conference

    For the fifth year in a row, Visma Denmark hosted Visma’s AI conference. More than 90 people were gathered in the Copenhagen office, and more than 300 people in total participated to learn about AI-based cyber security systems, sports cameras, and Visma-produced AI.

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    How Visma’s Management Trainee Program kickstarted my career

    We have had a lot of great talents as part of our Management Trainee program. But what do their careers look like now, and how have their journeys been? We have talked to Brian Ye and Steffen Torp about their experiences as Management Trainees, what happened since, and where they are today.

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    Embracing the circular economy at Visma Megaflex

    Fifty million metric tonnes of electronics enter the global waste stream every year. While the vast majority of Visma’s products are digital rather than physical, Visma Megaflex has a physical product and is working to make it as sustainable as possible. Find out the six things Megaflex is doing to reduce e-waste from its Greenbox product, and how this is better for the environment, customers, and bottom line.

  • Team Jumbo-Visma rider Anouska Koster teaching Visma e-conomic employees how to ride like a pro

    Riding with Anouska Koster from Team Jumbo-Visma

    The last Friday of September was a big day for one of our Visma companies in Denmark: Visma e-conomic. Finally, the annual Company Day arrived—a day full of fun, learning, and social activities with coworkers. Since the last Company Day in 2019 Visma e-conomic has grown with more than 150 new employees, therefore it was due time to have fun, get to know each other, and experience the true community feeling.

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    Password tips: How to create a strong password

    Running a good password cracking machine is both time-consuming and expensive, and for this reason, cyber criminals will always look for the path of least resistance. That is why you need to know how to create strong passwords, how to use a password manager, and learn how two-factor authentication (2FA) works.

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    Investing in the younger generation of developers

    To enable more people in Lithuania to train for jobs in IT, Visma Lietuva has developed a free programming teaching platform, Angis. The goal is to offer younger people in Lithuania the most modern education so that they can successfully compete in the global market, and help the country develop a welfare state.

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    What is fake news?

    What is fake news and why has fake news become such a large industry? We dig deeper into the different types of fake news and how it can be used to interfere in elections, economies, and geopolitical conflicts.

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    Visma’s contribution to European Cyber Security Month

    We are taking part in the European Cybersecurity Month (ECSM) for the fourth year in a row. Read more about the European Union’s annual campaign dedicated to promoting cybersecurity among EU citizens and organisations, and why we are participating.

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    Machine learning of Smartscan part 2: Transformers

    The recently released Smartscan Premium by our Visma Machine Learning Assets team sets a new standard for automated document information extraction. In this blog post series the team explains the transformer architecture of the model that sits at the core of this vastly improved product.

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    What is an IT Security Policy?

    Every organisation—from startups to large, global corporations and nonprofits—must make sure that they have procedures to keep up with an ever-changing landscape of threats and vulnerabilities to keep its assets secure. But what is an IT Security Policy, and how do you enforce them?

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    Turning the UEFA Euro into math

    The Finnish company Weoptit, a company in Visma, has turned the UEFA Euro tournament into math and simulations. Based on a model originally built by their analysts prior to the World Cup 2006, they have played out the tournament 1,000 000 times to find out what results each team can expect from this summer’s football festival.