PolicyScotland publishes ‘Digital Future – The First Annual Progress Report and Update 2012’

Scotland publishes ‘Digital Future - The First Annual Progress Report and Update 2012’

The report looks to promote Scotland’s digital economy and gives suggestions on how businesses can make the most of the digital age.

“We want Scotland to have cemented its place as world-class digital nation by 2020.”

The Scottish government has published a report titled ‘Scotland’s Digital Future – The First Annual Progress Report and Update 2012’ which looks to promote Scotland’s digital economy and gives suggestions on how current activity can be built upon so that businesses can make the most of the digital age.

According to the government’s website:  “We are on the cusp of a new digital revolution which will transform economies around the world. We want Scotland to be at the forefront of that revolution and to have cemented its place as world-class digital nation by 2020.”

 

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