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APKIT, Committee on IT Development Monitoring
Digital Business
Countries – leaders, issues, initiatives
Companies – shif...
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APKIT & our Committee in brief
• APKIT, Information & Computer Technologies Industry
Association. It is a noncommercial ...
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Executive Summary
Digital
• Is a new era of IT development. New added value solutions, business models are created on th...
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Objectives of this presentation
 Provide analysts and some industry leaders view
on Digital development and future,
on ...
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Content
 Definitions
 Part I. Countries and Digital Economies
‒ What is needed for global Digital Economy. View from F...
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Definitions. Digital is about new business models, connecting people/business/things, working in the world of big
scale ...
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Part I
Countries and Digital Economies
‒ What is needed for global Digital Economy.
View from Facebook, Google, Microsof...
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1989
• Berlin Wall Comes Down, no more
Cold War and opportunity for
business to globalize
• World Web borne out of Cern
...
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On the panel –
Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook
Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microso...
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Vision of Digital Economy Future,
Pessimistic or Optimistic?
Davos 2015, plenary session on The Future of the Digital E...
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Davos 2015, plenary session on The Future of the Digital Economy. Closing remarks
Closing remark on what is needed for ...
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Part I
Countries and Digital Economies
‒ What is needed for global Digital Economy. View from
Facebook, Google, Microso...
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World Economic Forum, Networked Readiness Index (NRI)
1. Environment – quality of regulatory and business
environment
2...
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Top Ten 2015
1. Singapore [2]
2. Finland [1]
3. Sweden [3]
4. Netherlands [4]
5. Norway [5]
Legend: [rank 2014]
• 7 out...
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• 5 of the 10 countries that have
improved their NRI score the
most are from the CIS
• FR, all CIS
• 40 Kazakhstan [38]...
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• ICT services not fully liberalized
• business usage improved markedly
but remains limited
• low number of per capita ...
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Armenia, what we know about their state focus on IT
Source: Apkit, "IT-Summit 2015“,http://www.apkit.ru/news/index.php?...
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Part I
Countries and Digital Economies
‒ What is needed for global Digital Economy. View from
Facebook, Google, Microso...
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1. Jobs, Growth and
Investment
2. Digital Single Market
3. Energy Union and
Climate
4. Internal Market
5. Economic and ...
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Part II
Companies and digital technologies
‒ New landscape of companies
‒ Implications for Executives
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1. Commercial internet, the dot-com era,
broad and cheap communication of the
information
2. Web 2.0,
user-generated co...
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Small number of
companies competing on
similar vertical value
chains
New landscape of companies
2 extremes: (1) Small
d...
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New landscape of companies, some illustrations
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Focus on growth,
cost cut is not an
option
 Agile, long term vision, short term planning and adjustment
 New product ...
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Organization  Nurture culture of leaders and innovators
 Define organizational units by stacks (even if you keep vert...
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Thank you
Наталья Бердыева / Natalia Berdyeva,
Coordinator, APKIT Committee on IT development monitoring, http://www.ap...
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Back UP
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Some my recent reports for Apkit
http://www.slidesh
are.net/nataliaberd
yeva/2015-
42093981
http://www.slidesh
are.net/...
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Source: The Digital Imperative, March 02, 2015 by Ralf Dreischmeier, Karalee Close, and Philippe Trichet,
https://www.b...
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WEF, Networked Readiness Index 2015
• Singapore replaces Finland at the top of
the ranking
• High income economies cont...
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The Russian Federation climbs positions to 41st, as a result of an improvement in most of the pillars.
• The country fu...
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Виген Саргсян, Руководитель аппарата Президента Республики Армения
«Мы считаем, что главная задача властей - не мешать ...
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(1) better access for
consumers and
businesses to digital
goods and services
across Europe;
(2) creating the right
cond...
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New companies landscape
Source: BORGES' MAP Navigating a World of Digital Disruption by Philip Evans & Patrick Forth, M...
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 This isn't just some futuristic fever dream: the hotel is
scheduled to open on July 17th.
 Japan opens hotel run by ...
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 Jerry Brown, California Gov. , signed the bill, AB 129, written by Democratic Assemblyman Roger
Dickinson, legalizes ...
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• Адреса в дефиците, Уникальные IP-адреса в интернете стремительно заканчиваются, и
проблему эту быстро не решить. Анто...
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Digital Business. Countries – leaders, issues, initiatives. Companies – shifts, implications for Executives

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  1. 1. 1 APKIT, Committee on IT Development Monitoring Digital Business Countries – leaders, issues, initiatives Companies – shifts, implications for Executives Natalia Berdyeva Moscow, May 2015
  2. 2. 2 APKIT & our Committee in brief • APKIT, Information & Computer Technologies Industry Association. It is a noncommercial association in the Russian IT Industry • Members include leading Russian and international IT players who control up to 70% of the Russia IT market • The Association - through negotiations with business and public authorities - contributes to the development of IT market in Russia • Ten Committees in the Association: 1. Committee on Protection of Copyright and Intellectual Property 2. Committee on Education 3. Committee on IT development monitoring (IBM) 4. Committee for Property Protection 5. Committee on Regional Policy 6. Committee on Software Development and Export 7. Committee on Information Security 8. HR Club 9. Committee on Legislation 10. Council on professional qualifications in IT Apkit http://www.apkit.ru/ The Committee http://www.apkit.ru/committees/monitoring/ The Committee on FB https://www.facebook.com/apkititmonitoring Nikolai Komlev - Executive Director, APKIT Committee on IT development monitoring Kirill Korniliev, Head of the Committee, Country General Manager of IBM Russia/CIS Natalia Berdyeva, Coordinator of the Committee, Market Development Advisor for Europe at IBM
  3. 3. 3 Executive Summary Digital • Is a new era of IT development. New added value solutions, business models are created on the base of Cloud, Mobility, Social Business, Big Data/Analytics, with the help of new innovation accelerators such as 3D and others • Digital is about efficiency in the economy, about destroying but also creating jobs and not only in IT, ultimately about creating greater wealth. Importantly it is also about everyone having a voice and getting enormously personal helpful advice • Among challenges for Digital development are broadband connectivity, spectrum licensing, pricy infrastructure. Also consensus between privacy and legitimate use of data for public safety. Also wider access to internet in the world and other Countries and Digital Economies • Singapore is in the world top rank for being Digital • 7 of the Top 10 Digital countries are Europeans including Finland, Sweden, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Luxembourg • 5 of the Top 10 countries that have improved their Digital score the most since 2012 are from the CIS including Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Kyrguz Republic • The performance of 3 Baltic countries is particularly remarkable. Estonia preceding Belgium and Ireland • Europe started Digital Single Market Program 2015-2016 that could contribute €415 billion per year to the economy and create 3.8 million jobs. Digital Single Market is one of the Top 10 priorities of the EU Commission Companies and Digital Technologies • The development of technology is such that business better adapt business model to the possibilities - and the imperatives – of technology (and not harness technology to the imperatives of business model) • Disruption of Digital changes the landscape of companies. Traditional vertical value chains are added with Infrastructure Organizations, Platforms, Communities (Stacks). For executives (even being from vertically integrated companies) this means a need to define the company by stacks and to seek competitive advantages in every stack
  4. 4. 4 Objectives of this presentation  Provide analysts and some industry leaders view on Digital development and future, on Countries and Companies levels  Outline key issues, shifts, implications. Not everything, but certainly important things to consider
  5. 5. 5 Content  Definitions  Part I. Countries and Digital Economies ‒ What is needed for global Digital Economy. View from Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Vodafone ‒ Most digital countries in 2015 based on WEF Network Readiness Index ‒ EU Commission Top 10 priorities including Digital Single Market  Part II. Companies and digital technologies ‒ New landscape of companies ‒ Implications for Executives
  6. 6. 6 Definitions. Digital is about new business models, connecting people/business/things, working in the world of big scale of information and new technologies, making personalized secure offer to everyone and everything. Gartner: Digital business is the creation of new business designs by blurring the digital and physical worlds. Digital business promises to usher in an unprecedented convergence of people, business, and things that disrupts existing business models. With more than seven billion people and businesses, and at least 35 billion devices, communicating, transacting, and even negotiating with each other, a new world comes into being: the world of digital business. Sources: IDC http://www.slideshare.net/michaelkurzidim/idc-predictions-2015; Gartner http://www.gartner.com/technology/research/digital-business/ ; Europe Digital Single Market http://ec.europa.eu/priorities/index_en.htm IDC: New "Innovation Stage" of value creation on top of the 3rd Platform and a new wave of core technologies – “Innovation Accelerators” Europe Digital Single Market is one in which the free movement of goods, persons, services and capital is ensured and where individuals and businesses can seamlessly access and exercise online activities under conditions of fair competition, and a high level of consumer and personal data protection, irrespective of their nationality or place of residence
  7. 7. 7 Part I Countries and Digital Economies ‒ What is needed for global Digital Economy. View from Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Vodafone ‒ Most digital countries in 2015 based on WEF Network Readiness Index ‒ EU Commission Top 10 priorities including Digital Single Market
  8. 8. 8 1989 • Berlin Wall Comes Down, no more Cold War and opportunity for business to globalize • World Web borne out of Cern experiment to manage documents and with that a significant opportunity for change and transformation 2015 • Some worldwide globalization assumptions significantly challenged • Increased pace of Innovation on Technology side and new opportunities What is needed for global Digital Economy? Source: Davos 2015 - The Future of the Digital Economy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjW_GSv_Qm0&app=desktop Davos 2015, plenary session on The Future of the Digital Economy
  9. 9. 9 On the panel – Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Vittorio Colao, CEO of Vodafone Davos 2015, plenary session on The Future of the Digital Economy Source: Davos 2015 - The Future of the Digital Economy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjW_GSv_Qm0&app=desktop
  10. 10. 10 Vision of Digital Economy Future, Pessimistic or Optimistic? Davos 2015, plenary session on The Future of the Digital Economy. Key statements • Optimistic What is the change? • Internet is no longer anonymous. Everyone has voice • Enormously personal helpful advise • It is no longer possible for a country to step out of some basic assumptions in banking, communication, etc • It is about productivity and money, but also about more equal world • Creates job, also out of IT sector • Small business access to technology have never been better, … Challenges and things to solve • Internet to connect another 60% of the world • Balance btw privacy and use of data for legitimate public safety • level of sophistication, no balkanization of internet • More broadband connectivity, key GOV programs for broadband • Who will pay for bandwidth, spectrum and infrastructure • How to use TV whitespace (btw the channels that you never see) to provide internet service • Spectrum licensing. Will it be possible in ultra-dense spectrum, do you license “oxygen”… Where do you see evolution of internet • “Internet will disappear as everything in our life gets connected“, Eric Schmidt • Adaptive use of bandwidth, … Source: Davos 2015 - The Future of the Digital Economy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjW_GSv_Qm0&app=desktop
  11. 11. 11 Davos 2015, plenary session on The Future of the Digital Economy. Closing remarks Closing remark on what is needed for Digital World Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook “Inclusion. an internet that connects everyone, that is available to everyone”. Vittorio Colao, CEO of Vodafone Trust environment btw technology providers, governments, plumbers and customers Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google Government to do one important thing – help build and license the infrastructure that makes this incredible future happen as quickly as possible Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Global consensus, it cannot be left to only one company or country, global consensus on establishing that trust Source: Davos 2015 - The Future of the Digital Economy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjW_GSv_Qm0&app=desktop
  12. 12. 12 Part I Countries and Digital Economies ‒ What is needed for global Digital Economy. View from Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Vodafone ‒ Most digital countries in 2015 based on WEF Network Readiness Index ‒ EU Commission Top 10 priorities including Digital Single Market
  13. 13. 13 World Economic Forum, Networked Readiness Index (NRI) 1. Environment – quality of regulatory and business environment 2. Readiness – affordability, the quality of digital infrastructure and population preparedness to use technology 3. Usage – level of technological diffusion among individuals, businesses and the government 4. Impacts – information and communication technology social and economic impacts NRI assesses ability of countries to make best use of ICT technologies. It is composed of 4 components 1. Environment subindex 1st pillar: Political and regulatory environment 2nd pillar: Business and innovation environment 2. Readiness subindex 3rd pillar: Infrastructure 4th pillar: Affordability 5th pillar: Skills 3. Usage subindex 6th pillar: Individual usage 7th pillar: Business usage 8th pillar: Government usage 4. Impact subindex 9th pillar: Economic impacts 10th pillar: Social impacts Source: WEF, The Global Information Technology Report 2015
  14. 14. 14 Top Ten 2015 1. Singapore [2] 2. Finland [1] 3. Sweden [3] 4. Netherlands [4] 5. Norway [5] Legend: [rank 2014] • 7 out of 10 are Europeans • Singapore the only of the Asian Tigers in the top 10 • Total 143 in the rank Top 10 Digital countries by NRI 2015 6. Switzerland [6] 7. United States [7] 8. United Kingdom [9] 9. Luxembourg [11] 10. Japan [16] Source: WEF, The Global Information Technology Report 2015
  15. 15. 15 • 5 of the 10 countries that have improved their NRI score the most are from the CIS • FR, all CIS • 40 Kazakhstan [38] • 41 Russian Federation [50] • 57 Azerbaijan [49] • 58 Armenia [65] • 60 Georgia [60] • 71 Ukraine [81] [rank 2014] Top 10 most improved countries by NRI since 2012 Source: WEF, The Global Information Technology Report 2015
  16. 16. 16 • ICT services not fully liberalized • business usage improved markedly but remains limited • low number of per capita patent applications • lack of independence and inefficiency of judicial system • poor protection of intellectual property Russia progress and challenges by NRI 2015 • improvement in most of the pillars • workforce skillset • affordable ICTs • individual and business usage Source: WEF, The Global Information Technology Report 2015
  17. 17. 17 Armenia, what we know about their state focus on IT Source: Apkit, "IT-Summit 2015“,http://www.apkit.ru/news/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=17722 Vigen Sargsyan, Chief of Staff of the President of the Republic of Armenia “We believe that the main task of the authorities is not to impede the formation of the IT market. Our main role is the expansion of the infrastructure” • favorable conditions for IT companies whose staff is above 30 persons • IT projects moves “bottom up” • 300 out of 900 communities have free access to the Internet • free economic zones are created, for example, on the basis of the Yerevan Scientific Research Institute of Automated Control Systems (Soviet period brands – RAZDAN, NAIRI and other) • production IT projects can be placed today in these zones
  18. 18. 18 Part I Countries and Digital Economies ‒ What is needed for global Digital Economy. View from Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Vodafone ‒ Most digital countries in 2015 based on WEF Network Readiness Index ‒ EU Commission Top 10 priorities including Digital Single Market
  19. 19. 19 1. Jobs, Growth and Investment 2. Digital Single Market 3. Energy Union and Climate 4. Internal Market 5. Economic and Monetary Union 6. EU-US Free Trade 7. Justice and Fundamental Rights 8. Migration 9. EU as a Global Actor 10. Democratic Change What Digital Single Market is one in which the free movement of goods, persons, services and capital is ensured and where individuals and businesses can seamlessly access and exercise online activities under conditions of fair competition, and a high level of consumer and personal data protection, irrespective of their nationality or place of residence When & Why • 2015-2016 • Moving from 28 national markets to a single 500 million people one • This could contribute €415 billion per year to our economy and create 3.8 million jobs Key to do • common European data protection rules • break down national silos in telecoms regulation; management of radio waves • modernizing copyright rules; application of competition law • modernizing and simplifying consumer rules for online and digital purchases EU Commission top 10 priorities including Digital Single Market Source: EU Commission, http://ec.europa.eu/priorities/index_en.htm
  20. 20. 20 Part II Companies and digital technologies ‒ New landscape of companies ‒ Implications for Executives
  21. 21. 21 1. Commercial internet, the dot-com era, broad and cheap communication of the information 2. Web 2.0, user-generated content, usability, and interoperability (eg Wikipedia, Facebook) 3. Hyperscaling big – really big – is becoming beautiful the more participants – the more choices – the more reviews – the richer the experience Source: BORGES' MAP Navigating a World of Digital Disruption by Philip Evans & Patrick Forth, May 2015, http://digitaldisrupt.bcgperspectives.com/ 3 Waves of Digital Disruptions
  22. 22. 22 Small number of companies competing on similar vertical value chains New landscape of companies 2 extremes: (1) Small developers competing to write apps for the iPhone; (2) Linux hackers or Wikipediasts collaborating to build a massive body of shared intellectual property. Infrastructure organizations owned by governments or municipalities. Also for- profit corporations Companies by definition Nonprofits such as Wikipedia.org. Also Corporations such as Facebook and InnoCentive Source: BORGES' MAP Navigating a World of Digital Disruption by Philip Evans & Patrick Forth, May 2015, http://digitaldisrupt.bcgperspectives.com/ Stacks
  23. 23. 23 New landscape of companies, some illustrations
  24. 24. 24 Focus on growth, cost cut is not an option  Agile, long term vision, short term planning and adjustment  New product and services  Do not harness technology to the imperatives of business model; adapt business model to the possibilities - and the imperatives - of technology  Partnerships to gain scale Data  Consolidate across company  Earn trust of customer (only then data sharing will succeed)  Look for opportunities to leverage data and cut out useless 3rd party services (data from car sensors about driving and drivers / data from insurers about drivers) Regulation Implications for Executives (1/2)  Close collaboration between companies and governments, locally and globally Source: BORGES' MAP Navigating a World of Digital Disruption by Philip Evans & Patrick Forth, May 2015, http://digitaldisrupt.bcgperspectives.com/, experts opinions
  25. 25. 25 Organization  Nurture culture of leaders and innovators  Define organizational units by stacks (even if you keep vertically integrated company). Build competitive advantage for every stack unit on a standalone basis  Seek advantage roles in stack curated by others (ideal agriculture: sensor measures temperature-agri machinery capture/relay the data-planting optimized. For individual farmers this is out of reach. Here is an opportunity)  UP-source. Look where you can perform tasks by digital communities cheaper and faster (eg free reviews at Amazon, crowd sourced technical support at Cisco and some telcos)  DOWN-source. Check where you can share infrastructure (France – SFR and Bouygues Telecom share towers and masts in low density service areas, each continues to compete with its own transponders. UK – carriers EE and Three share towers, masts, backhaul. Sweden – Telenor and Tele2 share spectrum) Implications for Executives (2/2) Source: BORGES' MAP Navigating a World of Digital Disruption by Philip Evans & Patrick Forth, May 2015, http://digitaldisrupt.bcgperspectives.com/, experts opinions
  26. 26. 26 Thank you Наталья Бердыева / Natalia Berdyeva, Coordinator, APKIT Committee on IT development monitoring, http://www.apkit.ru/committees/monitoring/ Market Development Advisor for Europe, IBM Cell: + 7 [985] 761 59 74, Email: Natalia.Berdyeva@ru.ibm.com LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/pub/natalia-berdyeva/6/970/35
  27. 27. 27 Back UP
  28. 28. 28 Some my recent reports for Apkit http://www.slidesh are.net/nataliaberd yeva/2015- 42093981 http://www.slidesh are.net/nataliaberd yeva/analysts-on- 2015-natalia- berdyeva-for-apkit http://www.slideshare .net/nataliaberdyeva/ hr-trends-and- advisory-march- update http://www.slideshare .net/nataliaberdyeva/ hr-trends-for-apkit- lanit-v11-rus- 45214402
  29. 29. 29 Source: The Digital Imperative, March 02, 2015 by Ralf Dreischmeier, Karalee Close, and Philippe Trichet, https://www.bcgperspectives.com/content/articles/digital_economy_technology_strategy_digital_imperative/ The pace of Disruption
  30. 30. 30 WEF, Networked Readiness Index 2015 • Singapore replaces Finland at the top of the ranking • High income economies continue to dominate • Sub Sahara Africa still faces serious challenges with all but one country appearing in the bottom half of the table, the only exception is Mauritius [#45] • Number of success stories in Gulf Region and Central America • In Caucasus Armenia is the country that made the most progress since 2012 • The performance of 3 Baltic countries is particularly remarkable [Lithuania, Litva, Estonia] with Estonia [#22] preceding Belgium [#24] and Ireland [#25] 60% of the global population still not online 450 million people out of reach of mobile network To transform potential into reality: • Digital infrastructure investments • Education • Regulation that encourages competition, innovation and private investment Source: WEF, The Global Information Technology Report 2015, http://reports.weforum.org/global-information-technology-report-2015/
  31. 31. 31 The Russian Federation climbs positions to 41st, as a result of an improvement in most of the pillars. • The country further improved the skillset of its workforce, moving up 12 positions to achieve 52nd place. • In general, ICTs are affordable [15th], even though ICT services have not been fully liberalized yet. • Individual uptake is good and rapidly increasing: in the last year, Russia has significantly improved its performance across all dimensions of the Usage subindex [39, up 14]. • In particular, business usage has improved markedly but remains limited [66th, up 18]. So is the capacity of business to innovate, as reflected in the low number of per capita patent applications [43rd, one of the lowest among high income economies]. • The country’s capacity to leverage ICTs and its competitiveness in general continue to be seriously undermined by many institutional weaknesses, however. Russia ranks 79th in the Political and regulatory environment pillar of the NRI, owing to the lack of independence [109th] and inefficiency of its judicial system, and to the poor protection of intellectual property [106th], among other issues. WEF, Networked Readiness Index 2015. Re Russia Source: WEF, The Global Information Technology Report 2015
  32. 32. 32 Виген Саргсян, Руководитель аппарата Президента Республики Армения «Мы считаем, что главная задача властей - не мешать формированию ИТ-рынка. Наша главная роль – расширение инфраструктуры» • льготные условия для ИТ-компаний численностью от 30 человек • проект информатизации движется снизу вверх • в 300 из 900 общин есть бесплатный доступ в интернет • свободные экономические зоны создаются, например, на базе Ереванского НИИ АСУ (бренды советского периода РАЗДАН, НАИРИ и др) • в этих зонах можно размещать сегодня производственные проекты ИТ-сферы Armenia, what we know about their state focus (original in RUS) Source: Apkit, "IT-Summit 2015“,http://www.apkit.ru/news/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=17722
  33. 33. 33 (1) better access for consumers and businesses to digital goods and services across Europe; (2) creating the right conditions and a level playing field for digital networks and innovative services to flourish; (3) maximizing the growth potential of the digital economy. 1. rules to make cross-border e-commerce easier [harmonised EU rules on contracts and consumer protection when you buy online] 2. to enforce consumer rules more rapidly and consistently, by reviewing the Regulation on Consumer Protection Cooperation. 3. more efficient and affordable parcel delivery. Currently 62% of companies trying to sell online say that too-high parcel delivery costs are a barrier 4. to end unjustified geo-blocking – a discriminatory practice used for commercial reasons, when online sellers either deny consumers access to a website based on their location, or re-route them to a local store with different prices. 5. to identify potential competition concerns affecting European e-commerce markets. The Commission therefore launched today an antitrust competition inquiry into the e-commerce sector in the European Union 6. a modern, more European copyright law. In particular, the Commission wants to ensure that users who buy films, music or articles at home can also enjoy them while travelling across Europe 7. a review of the Satellite and Cable Directive to assess if its scope needs to be enlarged to broadcasters' online transmissions and to explore how to boost cross-border access to broadcasters' services in Europe. 8. to reduce the administrative burden businesses face from different VAT regimes 9. present an ambitious overhaul of EU telecoms rules. This includes more effective spectrum coordination and etc 10. review the audiovisual media framework to make it fit for the 21st century , focusing on the roles of the different market players in the promotion of European works [TV broadcasters, on-demand audiovisual service providers, etc.]. 11. comprehensively analyse the role of online platforms [search engines, social media, app stores, etc.] in the market. This will cover issues such as the non-transparency of search results and of pricing policies, how to best tackle illegal content on the Internet, etc 12. reinforce trust and security in digital services, notably concerning the handling of personal data. 13. propose a partnership with the industry on cybersecurity in the area of technologies and solutions for online network security. 14. propose a 'European free flow of data initiative' to promote the free movement of data in the European Union. The Commission will also launch a European Cloud initiative covering certification of cloud services, the switching of cloud service providers and a "research cloud". 15. define priorities for standards and interoperability in areas critical to the Digital Single Market, such as e-health, transport planning or energy [smart metering]. 16. support an inclusive digital society where citizens have the right skills to seize the opportunities of the Internet and boost their chances of getting a job. A new e-government action plan will also connect business registers across Europe, ensure different national systems can work with each other, and ensure businesses and citizens only have to communicate their data once to public administrations, that means governments no longer making multiple requests for the same information when they can use the information they already have. The roll-out of e-procurement and interoperable e-signatures will be accelerated. EU Digital Single Market, 16 initiatives under 3 pillars to lay the groundwork for Europe’s digital future Source: EU Commission, http://ec.europa.eu/priorities/index_en.htm
  34. 34. 34 New companies landscape Source: BORGES' MAP Navigating a World of Digital Disruption by Philip Evans & Patrick Forth, May 2015, http://digitaldisrupt.bcgperspectives.com/
  35. 35. 35  This isn't just some futuristic fever dream: the hotel is scheduled to open on July 17th.  Japan opens hotel run by ROBOTS that will welcome guests, carry bags and even clean your room  Facial-recognition technology will replace room keys  The first building in the hotel will open with 72 rooms, followed by another 72-room building next year. A single room will be priced at 7,000 yen a night, or around $59. A twin room will set you back 9,000 yen, or $76.  "We will make the most efficient hotel in the world," company President Hideo Sawada said during a news conference, according to Japan Times. "In the future, we'd like to have more than 90 percent of hotel services operated by robots." Source: Futuristic Japanese Hotel Staffed Entirely by Robots, by Angela Moscaritolo, February 5, 2015 http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2476347,00.asp Futuristic Japanese Hotel Staffed Entirely by Robots
  36. 36. 36  Jerry Brown, California Gov. , signed the bill, AB 129, written by Democratic Assemblyman Roger Dickinson, legalizes bitcoins and other digital currencies for transactions in California.  "In an era of evolving payment methods, from Amazon coins to Starbucks stars, it is impractical to ignore the growing use of cash alternatives," Dickinson said.  According to a recent JPMorgan Chase [JPM] report, California's GDP is estimated to hit just under $2 billion for 2015, making it the world's eighth-largest economy -- ahead of Russia, Italy and Canada. Source: Jun 30th 2014 9:53AM, Is California's Legalization of Bitcoins a Game Changer? http://www.dailyfinance.com/2014/06/30/california-legalizes-bitcoin-virtual-currency/ Virtual currencies
  37. 37. 37 • Адреса в дефиците, Уникальные IP-адреса в интернете стремительно заканчиваются, и проблему эту быстро не решить. Антон Благовещенский. 21.06.2012 http://www.rg.ru/2012/06/12/adresa-site.html • Ученые предсказали крах интернета через восемь лет. Уже через восемь лет существующие линии передачи интернет-трафика не смогут справиться с нагрузкой 05.05.2015. Антон Благовещенский http://www.rg.ru/2015/05/05/internet-crash-site.html Some other

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