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Daniel B. Britton, Stephen McGonegal | 2007 | ISBN: N/a | English | 180 pages | PDF | 5 MB
The digital revolution has changed the way we make goods and provide services, transforming virtually every industry and creating whole new categories of products and businesses—all at breathtaking speed. Simply keeping track of what is happening, let alone comprehending it, often seems an overwhelming task.
The Ninth Edition of The Digital Economy Fact Book provides a factual basis from which analysis of the digital economy can begin. In seven key sections, it presents the best available information on:
• The Growth of the Internet
• The Hardware Sector
• The Communications Sector
• Digital Media
• Electronic Commerce
• Threats to the Digital Economy
• The Worldwide Digital Economy
In each section, the authors present the best and most recent historical data, along with projections from the leading research firms, on topics like Broadband Adoption, Piracy, Social Networking, Identity Theft, and the contribution of the IT Sector to Economic Growth.
This edition also includes a timeline of key events affecting the digital economy during 2006 and 2007.
The Digital Economy Fact Book is a must-have reference tor anyone interested in the changes happening in today’s fast-moving economy.