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* [https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/create-graphs Create graphs] for a hundred indicators of the European information society, comparing progress across countries and over time.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:18, 27 February 2015

https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/digital-economy-and-society-index-desi

The Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) is a composite index that summarises relevant indicatorson Europe’s digital performance and tracks the evolution of EU member states in digital competitiveness.

Developed by the European Commission.

It includes five main dimensions [1] :

  • Connectivity measures the deployment of broadband infrastructure and its quality. Access to fast broadband-enabled services is a necessary condition for competitiveness.
  • Human Capital measures the skills needed to take advantage of the possibilities offered by a digital society. Such skills go from basic user skills that enable individuals to interact online and consume digital goods and services, to advanced skills that empower the workforce to take advantage of technology for enhanced productivity and economic growth.
  • Use of Internet accounts for the variety of activities performed by citizens already online. Such activities range from consumption of online content (videos, music, games, etc.) to modern communication activities or online shopping and banking.
  • Integration of Digital Technology measures the digitisation of businesses and their exploitation of the online sales channel. By adopting digital technology businesses can enhance efficiency, reduce costs and better engage customers, collaborators and business partners. Furthermore, the Internet as a sales outlet offers access to wider markets and potential for growth.
  • Digital Public Services measures the digitisation of public services, and focuses in particular on eGovernment and eHealth. Modernisation and digitisation of public services, including eHealth, can lead to efficiency gains for the public administration, citizens and businesses alike as well as to the delivery of better services for the citizen.

See Also

  • Create graphs for a hundred indicators of the European information society, comparing progress across countries and over time.