16 Apr 2008   |   News

Denmark ‘networked for innovation’

Denmark is the most networked economy in the world, according to latest edition of the Global Information Technology Report.

Denmark is the most networked economy in the world, followed by Sweden and Switzerland, while among the top ten, South Korea at 9th and the US at 4th have made the biggest improvements over the last year, according to latest edition of the Global Information Technology Report.

The report, published for the seventh time by the World Economic Forum, covers 127 countries, assessing the sophistication of their ICT infrastructures and considering the influence of ICT in development and competitiveness.

This year’s report, Fostering Innovation through Networked Readiness, looks in particular at the role of computer networks in spurring innovation.

The report was produced in cooperation with INSEAD, the international business school, and sponsored by the US telecoms equipment manufacturer Cisco Systems.

Source: Global Information Technology Report


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