Data and data flows drive innovation, new products, business models and markets, and have become an important source of value.
Digital technologies and data can drive growth and sustainable development across the world, but digital divides must be addressed.
Digital government leverages digital technologies and data to deliver holistic and user-centred services, public sector innovation and stronger civic engagement.
An ecosystem of interdependent digital technologies, driven by increases in computing power and declines in costs, underpins digital transformation.
Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, it is also a cornerstone of a prosperous, modern society and it serves as a basis for inclusive growth.
As digital technologies spread throughout industries, markets and society, they hold immense promise to boost growth and improve well-being.
The information industries, and the ICT sector in particular, are the backbone of digital transformation and are essential to support further digital innovation.
Digital technologies and data hold promise to boost productivity and growth, but it is essential to realise this potential and ensure it is broadly shared.
In a fast-moving digital landscape, people need the right mix of skills – foundational, ICT and complementary skills – to thrive in work and life.
SMEs create jobs, spur innovation and underpin growth across the economy, but also face challenges in successfully adopting and using digital technologies.