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The Global Information Technology Report 2012, Living in a Hyperconnected World

The Global Information Technology Report 2012 is a special project within the framework of the World Economic Forum’s Centre for Global Competitiveness and Performance and the Industry Partnership Programme for Information Technology and Telecommunications Industries. It is the result of a collaboration between the World Economic Forum and INSEAD. ISBN-10 : 92-95044-33-9, ISBN-13 : 978-92-95044-33-3, 441 pages.

The Global Information Technology Report 2012 is a special project within the framework of the World Economic Forum’s Centre for Global Competitiveness and Performance and the Industry Partnership Programme for Information Technology and Telecommunications Industries. It is the result of a collaboration between the World Economic Forum and INSEAD. ISBN-10 : 92-95044-33-9, ISBN-13 : 978-92-95044-33-3, 441 pages

The Global Information Technology Report presents data by variable for 142 economies (up from 138 last year). Of special interest is the Networked Readiness Index (NRI), which offers an overview of the current state of ICT readiness in the world. Last year, the report found that although African nations lagged the global mean of networked readiness, many nations showed a glimmer of hope across various sub-categories.

The same remains true this year, although most African nations fell in the global rankings. As a region, Sub-Saharan Africa tends to do best in terms of government prioritization of ICT and impact of ICT on new services and products. Still, much of SSA can be found at the bottom of most sub-categories.

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Publié le 10 avril 2012

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