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Translation company security needs to be strengthened during COVID-19 crisis

The COVID-19 global pandemic has been devastating to virtually every nation on earth. Medical translators and others are working continuously around the clock in order to do their part in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak. Some translation agencies that are largely focused online are doing quite well while services for live interpreters have suffered dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic. This, however, brings up some interesting points about virus outbreaks, working online, digitizing the work of both translators and interpreters and also in regards to online security and viruses of a different form, writes Ofer Tirosh, CEO of Israel-based Tomedes Smart Human Translations.

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2018 EUROPEAN Language survey results announced

The 2018 study of the European language industry conducted jointly by the EUATC, Elia, FIT Europe, GALA and LINDWeb shows a continuing confidence in future trading prospects following last year’s study.

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EUATC Network member achieves double ISO certification

Translavic, an EUATC Network Member belonging to Vereniging van Vertaalbureaus in Nederland (VViN), has been celebrating achieving certification against two ISO standards.

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European Language Industry before and after CV19 webinar recording

The recording of the European Language Industry before and after COVID-19 webinar, and the slide deck used during the broadcast, has been released.

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