Presentation on theme: "Digital Agenda Overview Anna Katarzyna Nietyksza, EESC."— Presentation transcript:
Digital Agenda Overview Anna Katarzyna Nietyksza, EESC
OW2con’2013 Digital Agenda for Europe: concrete goals The entire EU to be covered by high speed broadband by to be covered by broadband above 30 Mbps by 2020 50 % of the EU to subscribe to broadband above100 Mbps by 2020 50 % of the population to buy online by 2015 20 % of the population to buy online cross-border by 2015 33 % of SMEs to make online sales by 2015 The difference between roaming and national tariffs to approach zero by 2015 To increase regular internet usage from 60 % to 75 % by 2015, and from 41 % to 60 % among disadvantaged people. To halve the proportion of the population that has never used the internet from 30 % to 15 % by 2015 50 % of citizens to use e-Government by 2015, All key cross-border public services, to be agreed by Member States in 2011, to be available online by 2015 To double public investment in ICT R&D to € 11 bn by 2020 An Open Source-friendly Environment!
OW2con’2013 Digital Agenda for Europe: Actions Achieving the digital single market-110 bln euro GDP growth Open-up legal access to online content facilitate electronic payments and invoicing New Telecom package: single authorization for Electronic Communications Operators and unique terms and conditions for users; Enhancing interoperability and standards enhance the interoperability of devices, applications, data repositories, services and networks (standards) Consolidating online trust and security Promoting fast and ultra fast Internet access for all Broadband infrastructures Investing in research and innovation Enhancing digital literacy, skills and inclusion- Leveraging smart use of technology for society
OW2con’2013 European Cloud Strategy Main goals: Standardization of the Cloud Safe and Fair Contract Terms and Conditions Cloud Private-Public Partnership Stimulation measures -R&D support under Horizon 2020 on long-term challenges specific to cloud computing -€50 billion boost to European networks -Cloud-based public services: setting up businesses online; cross-border procurement and eHealth services; and access to public sector information. -Studies, mentoring and counselling schemes, -Raising awareness Campaign -e-skills and digital entrepreneurship => We ask the Commission to make Europe more Cloud-active!
OW2con’2013 Access to finance for entrepreneurship and innovation Private and institutional investment in startups, Offering a range of tax reliefs such as : UK Entreprise investement Scheme and Seed Enterprise investment Scheme; Creation of European Venture capital funds Reinforcing business angels networks Inviting governments to buy more services from smaller businesses A new type of cross-European company which can be set up in 24 hours; Allowing acces to public markets (my company has been listed on the small capital market of the Warsaw Stock exchange, NewConnect) 80 bln euro to finance European innovation Promote cloud research and Innovation within the Horizont 2020 programme